The Reformed Family Worldwide: A Survey of Reformed Churches, Theological Schools, and International Organizations

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Jean-Jacques Bauswein, Lukas Vischer
W.B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 1999 - Religion - 740 pages
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This unique handbook produced by the John Knox Center in Geneva, Switzerland, provides the first comprehensive survey ever of the churches and theological schools of the Reformed family worldwide.

Gathering together all streams of the Reformed tradition -- Reformed, Presbyterian, Congregational, Evangelical, and United -- this volume includes a complete survey of the churches and institutions that today claim for themselves the heritage of the Reformation and gives basic information on each of them. Included are listings of the various international bodies in which Reformed churches hold membership and of the unions and official dialogues in which Reformed churches participate. Specific information can be found on 746 churches and 529 theological schools, while helpful charts and geographical maps display important general statistical data.

Presenting a superb overview of the Reformed family -- its multiplicity, richness, weaknesses, and potentials -- this volume will also serve as a much-needed instrument for facilitating communication between Reformed churches.

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Contents

The Reformed Tradition and Its Multiple Facets
1
List of Reformed Churches
35
Churches of Christ Disciples
558
Copyright

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About the author (1999)

Bauswein was most recently the director of the John Knox International Reformed Center in Geneva, Switzerland.

Lukas Vischer (19262008) was a Swiss Reformed theologian noted for his ecumenical efforts in both the World Council of Churches and the World Alliance of Reformed Churches.

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