The Afscheiding

Camden Bucey teaches an introductory lesson about the Afscheiding (Dutch for “secession”), which began in Ulrum, Groningen, when a church pastored by Hendrik de Cock seceded from the National Church in 1834. Other churches later joined them. The Afscheiding remains a subject of historical inquiry and reflection, highlighting its enduring significance in shaping the religious landscape of the Netherlands.


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