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This index contains a list of names of terms and concepts relevant to the discussion of the study of the New Testament in the Netherlands. The Netherlands was up till the 1960's clearly divided between a Roman Catholic and a Protestant part. The former was very faithful to Rome and culturally influenced by French Catholicism. The training of the clergy took place along strict, traditional lines. Protestantism stood predominantly in the Reformed stream and had little contact with the churches outside the country, because they belonged to different confessional families. During the last century, Dutch theology was deeply influenced by the writings of German-speaking theologians without losing its own character and following all the meanders of German theology; this difference is largely due to the variety in ecclesiastical background.

Keywords: Netherlands; New Testament studies

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