International Society for the Study of Reformed Communities
1994 ISSRC Conference
"Reformed Reactions to Modernity"
Paper presentations and authors:
Gerard Dekker Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
"Reformed Reactions to Modernity: The Case of the Reformed Churches
in the Netherlands"
"The Struggle for a New Identity Within the Reformed Community:
A South African Perspective"
"Between Sacralization and Secularization: The Struggle for Christian
Higher Education in Japan"
"Reformation or Secularization? A History on Neo-Calvinism in The
Netherlands and Canada"
"Comfortable on the Margins: The Churches' Complicity in the Marginalization
"The Impact of Modernity on Pine Rest Christian Hospital"
"Intra- and Intergenerational Transmission of Religious Practices
in the Reformed Church in America: An Exploratory Analysis"
"The Influence of Secularization on the Church: Christian Reformed
Church Ministers' Perceptions"
"Calvinists in the Second City: The Dutch Reformed of Chicago's
"The Status of Women in the Church: A Comparison of Canadian and
"Boundary-Maintenance Among the Dutch in a Canadian Community"
"Toward the Development of a Denominationalism Scale: A Methodological
"Defining the Center-Finding the Boundaries: The Challenge of Re-Visioning
the Church in North America for the 21st Century"
"The Church Must Make Its Influence Felt: RCA Reactions to Modernity,
"Prophecy, Prayer, Protest, and Penetration: Dutch Orthodox Calvinism
"Three Divisions Within the Reformed Protestant Churches in The
"Transforming Society vs. Purifying the Church: Iowa Reformed and
Amish-Mennonites as a Case Study"
"Reformed Christianity as a Modern Project"
"Immanentistic Beliefs in God: An Elite Response to Secularization"
"Strangers in Their Own Land: Calvinists in Arminian Culture"
"Reforming Sociology's Reaction: Christian Sociology Confronts Modernity's
Search for Self-Understanding"
"Dutch Orthodox-Protestants Between Isolation and Accommodation:
A Historical-Sociological Approach to Institutional Developments (1945-1980)"
"Modernization and Congregational Belief"
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