Church History

Outlines in Church History

by G Slings

How the Lord has gathered His Church, from Adam to the time of the apostles, is revealed in Scripture. But Christ's Church- gathering work did not stop with the work of the apostles. Our Lord has continued His Church-gathering work and will continue it into the future until the full number of His elect has been reached.

This book contains a series of Church history outlines translated from dutch. Its aim is to show the youth of the Church today how Christ has continued to gather, defend and preserve His Church throughout the past twenty centuries. Readers will also see how satan has continually sought to frustrate that work and destroy Christ's Church through cruel persecutions and cunning deceit.

Much has happened to Christ's Church throughout these centuries. Therefore, to cover that period in one book, it was necessary for the author to be brief. Nevertheless, it is a faithful account of Church history and should provide readers with a general overview and thereby a sound basis for further study.

Mr. G. Slings, the author of this book, has written for 'In Rechte Sporen' since 1965 and written its Church history outlines since 1978. He taught Dutch at the Gereformeerde Schoolen Gemeenschap (Reformed Secondary School) in Rotterdam. He is also the author of an excellent book about modern literature titled 'Een Boos en Overspelig Geslacht' (A Wicked and Perverse Generation).


111 pages, softcover

$3.55

Free Reformed Pioneers

~ NEW BOOK ~  


by Gerrit Johannes (Johan) Bosveld

A book describing in fascinating detail the pioneer Church History of the Free Reformed Churches of Australia.




346 pages, hardcover
ISBN 978-0-9579517-6-1

$26.75


The Broken Staff called Union

by W Huizinga

Documentation of the division between the Reformed Churches of Australia and the Free Reformed Churches of Australia

Prepared by the Deputies for Dialogue with the Reformed Churches of Australia:
Chapter 1: An Introduction
Chapter 2: The Controversy Leading to the Liberation of 1944: the Doctrinal Conflict
Chapter 3: The Controversy Leading to the Liberation of 1944: the Church Political Conflict
Chapter 4: The Attempts at Reconciliation and Reunion
Chapter 5: The Correspondence between the Reformed Churches of Australia and the Free Reformed Churches of Australia
Chapter 6: The Report of the Deputies from the RCA and FRCA to their Synods


72 pages, softcover
Out of print but please contact us for assistance


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