05 March 2012

Coming to Denmark

by Phil Johnson

our days. This summer. July 10-13:



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8 comments:

Encourage One Another said...

:-)

Rob said...

Does this reflect a tendency towards Dutch reformed traditions?

Phil Johnson said...

Rob:

No, I think the Danes are mostly Lutheran.

Solameanie said...

Please give my regards to Queen Margrethe.

Jonesy said...

Do you need a valet?

Thomas said...

Yes, there are almost no reformed Christians in Denmark.

About 80% of the people here are members of the national Lutheran church. Other churches are very small. The biggest denominations, besides the national Church, are Roman Catholics (about 0.6%), Baptist Union of Denmark (about 0.1%) and Pentecostals (about 0.1%). As far as I know, there are only four reformed congregations. One is German, one is French, one is Danish (with a female pastor) and then there is one small congregation of reformed Baptists.

Chris Connally said...

I can't make it to Denmark but I will be at the Psalm 119 conference in Georgia com April.

oma4 said...

Holland by way of Denmark? the Dutch could use some reforming Johnson style:)