Austin Friars: History of the Dutch Reformed Church in by J. Lindeboom, D. Iongh

By J. Lindeboom, D. Iongh

I Founding and next problems. the 1st Years of the Community.- Dutch refugees in England.- Joh. � Lasco and Utenhove.- the constitution of King Edward VI.- Austin Friars.- the books of guide and the carrier books of the Community.- Utenhove’s rhymed model of the Psalms.- First problems, Queen Mary.- wanderings via the Community.- Emden.- church officers and liturgy.- II inner and exterior power. Safeguarding of Doctrine.- go back and recovery of the Community.- replaced position.- help to the Church in the house country.- upkeep of doctrine.- the affair Velsius.- the affair Van Haemstede.- the affair Van Winghen.- motion opposed to unsound doctrines.- diminishing insistence on doctrine.- competition opposed to the placing to dying of heretics.- education of ministers.- III upkeep of ethical self-discipline. Philanthropic and Social Activities.- want for ethical discipline.- vast measures in the direction of this end.- the ethical situation of the Community.- social-pastoral care of the Community.- aid for persecuted Protestants at the Continent.- altering needs.- care of the negative via the deacons.- measures for helping theological students.- IV The kin with different Reformed church buildings within the Low international locations and in England.- preliminary nice value, for this reason diminishing for the church buildings within the Netherlands.- problems within the area of association, competition at the a part of England ninety one the Synod of Dordrecht.- lasting own contacts.- kin with the French group, claims by means of them at the church building.- the entire comparable reliable relations.- different Dutch Reformed groups in England.- later settlements, Hatfield Chase.- the Colloquia, preliminary thriving, next decay.- V The Relation to Church and country. The fight with Archbishop Laud.- Political kinfolk, competition at the a part of inhabitants and guilds, safety via the government.- unaccommodating angle of James I, imposition of fine.- fascinated about the fight among King and Parliament, beneficial stipulations in the course of the Commonwealth.- kin with the ecclesiastical experts, really appropriate angle in the direction of the nation Church.- the kin with the superintendents.- anti-puritanical tendencies.- Archbishop Laud.- competition by way of the Dutch-French synod.- Laud’s stubborness, his fall, aid for the Community.- VI The neighborhood within the seventeenth and 18th Centuries.- risks from Puritanism and Independentism throughout the Commonwealth.- the recovery and the wonderful Revolution.- inner problems: the Rev. Van Cuilemborgh, the Rev. Ten Harmsen.- harmonious kin in the Consistory.- the Rev. Ruytinck, relatives with Duraeus.- expanding liberty in non secular educating, strategy of secularization.- the neighborhood languishes.- story of woe of the organ.- the library and the records, Hessels’s Archivum.- VII The Vicissitudes of the Church development. The group within the nineteenth and twentieth Centuries.- Description of the church and its inside, problems in reference to the tower.- acquisition of the churchyard.- problems with tenants and neighbours.- the fireplace of 1862.- the Community’s houses and their management.- transforming into status, relation to the Netherlands Royal House.- the Rev. Adama van Scheltema, unorthodox orientation of the Community.- the Rev. Baart de 1a Faille, social activities.- the Rev. Van Dorp, the second one global war.- the destruction of the church building.- percentages for the longer term, family with South Africa.- I. The constitution of King Edward VI.- Translation of the same.- II. record of the ministers of the Church.- Appendices.- record of the Pictures.- I. Facsimile of the Charter.- II. Austin Friars and its atmosphere within the sixteenth century.- III. Western entrance and front of the outdated churc.- IV. the internal of the outdated church in regards to the center of the nineteenth century.- V. the internal of the restored outdated church.- VI. the internal of the church of St. Mary.

Show description

Read or Download Austin Friars: History of the Dutch Reformed Church in London 1550–1950 PDF

Best history_1 books

Ancient Greek Fortifications 500-330 BC

Historical Greek Fortifications 500-330 BC КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ historical Greek Fortifications 500-330 BC (Fortress 40)ByNic Fields, Brian DelfPublisher:Os Publishing2006 64PagesISBN: 1841768847PDF12 MBThe improvement of the city-state within the Classical interval of Greek background resulted in a shift within the nature of the fortifications in that a part of the realm.

Extra info for Austin Friars: History of the Dutch Reformed Church in London 1550–1950

Sample text

Where it is stated that, in order not to offend the English ecclesiastical standpoint, the delivery of burial sermons by Dutchmen in English churches was being discontinued. Lindeboom 3 34 INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL STRENGTH word, could encourage and comfort and who, with their knowledge of organization, could give guidance to those church councils which took a prominent part in the struggle. Very enlightening in this connection are the words in which Ruytinck paints the great change of 1572, the year of the liberation of Brille, Flushing, Enkhuyzen, Delft, Dordrecht, Rotterdam: "The Prince with the object of following all this up to the full, has begun to introduce good order and discipline, both on water and on land, to which end he has instituted a Provincial Council in Holland 1; yes, he has given evidence of his diligence in the founding of God's Community, for he has written to the community here, kindly requesting it (because of the abundance of the harvest) to send over reliable ministers for the spreading of the Gospel over there".

131-135, has thrown light on this. 2) Ruytinck, Gheschiedenissen, p. 32. Em. van Meteren, in the reminiscences on his youth, mentions that only "the Dutche pulpit" remained standing; ArchifJum IIII, p. 1213. SAFEGUARDING OF DOCTRINE 31 be an independent "corpus corporatum et politicum". Although a request for this had been made, a Lasco was not re-instated as Superintendent. On the contrary, the Community had to accept supervision by the Bishop of London. The effect of this was that the Dutch Community, though still retaining a certain measure of autonomy, was absorbed into the body of the English State Church.

The refutation by Van Schelven, De Vluchtelingenkerken, pp. 100 seq. is not convincing in my opinion. 2) See for Utenhove's translation of the New Testament the extensive account by Pijper, Utenhove, pp. 114-142. CHAPTER II INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL STRENGTH - SAFEGUARDING OF DOCTRINE On November 17th, 1558, Queen Mary died. It was laid down in the testament of Henry VIII that his second daughter, Elizabeth, should be her successor, and, in fact, Parliament recognized her as such. Not so Pope Paul IV, however.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.60 of 5 – based on 20 votes