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This front matter section of the book Theology of Ministry: A Reformed Contribution to an Ecumenical Dialogue contains the table of contents, foreword and an introduction. Currently an academic study about ministry in the Reformed tradition is a rather unexpected phenomenon. When the Dutch Reformed Church introduced a new church order in 1951, many questions about ministry remained unanswered. Some of which were questions that particularly related to the difference between ministry and service, the ministerial status of the vicariate, who was authorized to administer the sacraments, the possibility of female ministers and the possibility of complementary consecrations in The Church of England with a view to preserving the uninterrupted line in the apostolic tradition.

Keywords: Dutch Reformed Church; The Church of England



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