Apr 15, 2014 Edition
The Synod of Dort
A Broadcast with W. Robert Godfrey
When times of trial come to an end, the absence of external tension may create opportunities for internal strife and division. With the threat of Spanish invasion no longer uniting the Dutch people, controversy surrounding the teachings Jacobus Arminius began to polarize the Reformed churches in the Netherlands. In response, church leaders from across Europe assembled in the town of Dort and discussed what would become the distinguishing marks of Reformed Christianity.