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Conclusions of Utrecht

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Conclusions of Utrecht

The Conclusions of the Synod of Utrecht were the result of a 1905 synod of the Reformed Churches in the Netherlands.

They included authoritative pronouncements on the disputed points of Infralapsarian/Supralapsarian, justification from eternity, mediate/immediate regeneration, and presumptive regeneration.

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  • The Conclusions of Utrecht (1905)
  • Research in to the Synod of Utrecht (1905)
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