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Abraham Kuyper: An Annotated Bibliography 1857-2010 by Tjitze Kuipers (2011)
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Along with several brief reports of presidential contributions toward the good order of the sessions of the fourth Provisional Synod of the Dutch Reformed Churches the Acta also contain a historic and ecumenically minded address (pp. –153) that Kuyper delivered in English to the Rev. H.D. Matthews, delegate of the Presbyterian Church of England and secretary of the Alliance of Reformed Churches holding the Presbyterian System. The Rev. Matthews also visited the Synod of the Christian Reformed Church, which was meeting simultaneously in Amsterdam.
The Acta also contain a report of the closing remarks (p. 178) of this decisive synod, which saw the Dutch Reformed Churches and the Christian Reformed Church join together as the Reformed Churches in the Netherlands at its final session on June 16, 1892. The Acta of the General Synod of the Reformed Churches in the Netherlands were printed after the Acta of the Provisional Synod of the Dutch Reformed Churches with a separate title page but continuous pagination.
A report of Kuyper’s address (pp. 198–200) as the second chair is included in these Acta after a report of an address by the Rev. W.H. Gispen, the first chair. In his address (see also 1892.19, 1988.01, and Het Kerkblad. Officiëel orgaan van de Gereformeerde Kerken in Nederland 1 [1892/1893], no. 1, July 1, 1892, pp. 5–6), Kuyper takes the opportunity to correct a misleading analogy he once provided for the association of both churches. In his concluding words, Kuyper expresses his conviction that the Netherlands has received a calling from God “to save Calvinism from death,” a conviction that brings him to a visionary peroration.
The synod convened in the Keizersgrachtkerk in Amsterdam (cf. 1888.13).