The Three Forms of Unity

The Three Forms of Unity

Synod of Dort Guido de Bres Zacharias Ursinus / Dec 15, 2019

The Three Forms of Unity The Three Forms of Unity the Heidelberg Catechism the Belgic Confession and the Canons of the Synod of Dort This edition includes a Scripture Index In addition to the Three Forms this edition also

  • Title: The Three Forms of Unity
  • Author: Synod of Dort Guido de Bres Zacharias Ursinus
  • ISBN: 9781599252476
  • Page: 460
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Three Forms of Unity the Heidelberg Catechism, the Belgic Confession, and the Canons of the Synod of Dort This edition includes a Scripture Index In addition to the Three Forms, this edition also includes the Apostels Creed, the Nicene Creed, and the Athanasian Creed

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    1. The Heidelberg Catechism is my favorite Reformed catechism; the Canons of Dort are the best expression of pan-Protestant doctrine that ever came from the Reformation.


    2. Trying to read this at least once a year, if not two or three times. I was glad to find a cheap well bound edition of The Three Forms of Unity. The doctrine is really, really good. As many have noted the Heidelberg Catechism is very pastoral in tone, which makes it a delight to read and study. But what surprised me was how pastoral the Canons of Dort was. Every pastor should have this on their shelf and read it on a regular basis. Here are a few lines I enjoyed:Belgic Confession, Article 1: God [...]


    3. The three forms of unity are the confessional standards of the Dutch reformed churches and coupled with the Westminster standards are the most well known of the reformed confessional standards. Part of the three forms is the Heidelberg catechism, probably the most beloved catechism in history. It is full of comfort and exhortation as it lays out it's threefold theme of guilt, grace, and gratitude, and I go back to it often. It's perfect for family or personal devotions because it's broken down i [...]


    4. Some random notes on the Belgic Confession: Paul wrote Hebrews. Discipline is a third mark of a true church (Article 29). Many articles conclude with a rejection of opposing views (e.g Anabaptists, Epicureans, Manichaeans, etc.).Canons of Dort, second head of doctrine, article 5: "Moreover, the promise of the gospel is, that whosoever believeth in Christ crucified, shall not perish, but have everlasting life. This promise, together with the command to repent and believe, ought to be declared and [...]


    5. I thoroughly enjoyed reading through this, which consists of the Belgic Confession, the Heidelberg Catechism, and the Canons of Dort, three great documents in the Dutch Reformed tradition.I didn't find anything I disagreed with, and very much appreciated how simply it was laid out. It lacked the theological depth and expansion of the Westminster Confession, but was also much easier to understand and (in the case of the catechism) memorize. Really just a simple, layman's explanations of the found [...]


    6. Was good to familiarise myself a bit with the Dutch creeds. Will have to read them next time with commentary, and perhaps Schaff's introductions.I like the style of the Heidelberg Catechism; it is a 'my creed' as opposed to the Westminster Catechism's 'the creed'.Loved them.


    7. Anyone claiming to be reformed needs to read The Three Forms of Unity. As someone who grew up Baptist and still new to some of the reformed theology, this was a tremendous help.


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