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    Synod of Dordrecht Poster

    Newly printed poster now available!!!. At an impressive 24"X36", it is printed on 100 pound cover stock paper and treated with an aqueous protective coating. It is a truly beautiful poster. In addition to the engraving of the Synod of Dordrecht, which took place in the Netherlands from 1618-1619, the sides of the poster are lined with the names of all the commissioners, including what district they represented. The title and registry are in Dutch, giving it a further historical richness

    The Synod of Dordrecht is important because of its strategic importance in the Reformed tradition. It was at this synod in 1618-1619 where the Dutch Reformed Church issued its response to Jacob Arminius and his followers, the Remonstrants. A common summary of this response has since been given the nick-name "The Five Points of Calvinism." The Canons of Dordt continue to be one of the three forms of unity used by Dutch Reformed Churches today..

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    Posted by John on November 25, 2006 04:20 PM



    When does Monergism have its major update?

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