This article introduces five contributions written by participants in the project "The Dynamics of the Classical Reformed Liturgy in the Netherlands: its Texts and their History”. After an overview of research on the Reformed Liturgy in the past 125 years, this introduction offers an overview of the research taking place as part of this project. It gives a brief description of each of the articles and lists the main results. To reach further depth, research on liturgical practice appears to be especially important. Points of attention for the follow-up are the relationship to other traditions (Mennonite, Lutheran, Walloon, Remonstrant) and the impact of the Dutch Reformed Liturgy abroad.
|Journal||Church History and Religious Culture|
|Publication status||Published - 15 Dec 2022|