Dan Ramm, a member of CAMBA's Board of Directors and senior clergy at the historic Flatbush Dutch Reformed Church.
What does DRC stand for?
DRC stands for Dutch Reformed Church
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Three services will be held at the Dutch Reformed Church (Mother Church) in Windhoek on that day.
About half of them belonged to the Dutch Reformed Church (Nederlandse Hervormde Kerk).
of the Western Cape, South Africa), who describes the tradition from its origins within the "liberalism struggle" in the Dutch Reformed Church in the Cape Colony around 1850 through Marxist dialectic during the 1970s and 1980s and contestation around the status of Afrikaans during the 1990s.
George's Church and the Vale Cemetery in Schenectady; * Fort Johnson, Guy Park Manor; the Old Stone Fort in Schoharie; * Trinity Lutheran Church and the Dutch Reformed Church at Stone Arabia; * Johnson Hall, the Fulton County Courthouse and other historic sites in historic Johnstown; * Fort Klock, the Indian Castle Church, the Herkimer Home, the Oriskany Battlefield and Fort Stanwix.
Comparison with the writings of Arminius's colleagues in the theology faculty allows Stanglin to be precise about the points of doctrinal and structural agreement and difference that characterized the early stages of the debate that split the Dutch Reformed Church just a few years later.
What survives of Huygens's music is to be found in the Pathodia sacra e profana (1647), a collection of Latin psalm moters and Italian and French airs for one voice and basso continue Also surviving is a small treatise in which Huygens promoted the use of the organ to accompany psalm singing in the Dutch Reformed Church (published anonymously in 1641).