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The Ecclesiological Self-Understanding Of The Union Of Utrecht And The IFI From Their Foundations Until After The Second World War

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In spite of the length of the era studied in this chapter and the many events that took place during it, this section offers an overview of the main developments. The section has been subdivided into two periods, one running from 1889 until after the First World War, and the second running from after the First World War until after the Second World War. The period of the history of the IFI as discussed in this chapter, specifically the history of the development of its ecclesiological self-understanding, covers two largely overlapping eras, both of which are of importance for the appreciation of the developments studied here. As the current study focuses on the development of the ecclesiological self-understanding of the Union of Utrecht, the discussion of the ecclesiological principles of the new members of the IBC/Union of Utrecht that joined this communion in this period can remain relatively brief.

Keywords: communion; ecclesiological; IFI; Second World War; Union of Utrecht



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