In the relatively new push by the CRCNA to become a part of a much bigger organization (first WARC and REC, which folded into WCRC), I for one have a number of questions to which I lack answers.
I'm wrestling with what the real implications of denominationalism ought to be.
What do you think makes for a good relationship between churches in other parts of the world and the CRC?
Synod 2010 said that part of the responsibility of the Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations Committee (EIRC) is: Compiling resources for the Christian Reformed Church which will guide interfaith encounters. Do you have suggestions for the EIRC as it tries to fulfill this instruction from Synod?
From Ecumenical Relations Committee (ERC) to Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations Committee (EIRC)