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The inheritance of the Reformation in general, and the Reformed inheritance in particular, is amazingly rich. In a variety of ways, within and beyond Christian environments, they provide orientation for many churches and communities, cultures and educational systems today. They often do this in a hidden way. The treasures of the Reformation inheritance in general, and of the Reformed inheritance in particular, are deeply embedded in our culture. We have our Judeo-Christian inheritance to thank whenever we enjoy a moral system which praises and promotes justice, provides protection of the weak and enables the search for truth.