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By John W. Coakley

whereas the Reformed Church in the United States has resisted the assumption of church mergers, it has however been lively all through background in operating towards church cohesion. This quantity chronicles this attempt by way of outlining ancient and theological views at the RCA's ecumenical desire, exploring parts of current ecumenical stumble upon, and discussing the way forward for Reformed ecumenism.CONTRIBUTORS: Karel Blei, Anna Case-Winters, John W. Coakley, Paul R. Fries, Douglas Fromm, Wesley Granberg-Michaelson, Herman Harmelink III, Dale T. Irvin, Allan Janssen, Lynn Japinga, Gregg A. Mast, David Melvin, and Dennis Tamburello.

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