Free Reformed Churches of North America

Free Reformed Churches of North America

Classification

Protestant

Orientation

Dutch Reformed

Polity

Presbyterian

Associations

North American Presbyterian and Reformed Council

Origin

1950’s

Branched from

Christian Reformed Churches of the Netherlands CGKN

Congregations

21

Members

4500

Calvinism

John Calvin

Background

  • Christianity
  • St. Augustine
  • The Reformation
  • Five Solas
  • Synod of Dort

Distinctives

  • Five Points (TULIP)
  • Covenant Theology
  • Regulative principle

Documents

  • Calvin’s Institutes
  • Confessions of faith
  • Geneva Bible

Influences

  • Theodore Beza
  • John Knox
  • Huldrych Zwingli
  • Jonathan Edwards
  • Princeton theologians

Churches

  • Reformed
  • Presbyterian
  • Congregationalist
  • Reformed Baptist
  • Low church Anglican

Peoples

  • Afrikaners
  • Huguenots
  • Pilgrims
  • Puritans
  • Scots

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The Free Reformed Churches of North America (FRCNA) is a theologically conservative federation of churches in the Dutch Calvinist tradition with congregations in the United States and Canada. It officially adopted its current name in 1974. [1]

From: Wikipedia



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