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"If God is sovereign, then his lordship must extend over all of life, and it cannot be restricted to the walls of the church or within the Christian orbit." Abraham Kuyper Common Grace 1.1.

Thursday, 28 April 2011

The Kuyper Center Review vol 2: Revelation and common grace

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The Kuyper Center Review
vol 2: Revelation and common grace is now out. Details here


Editorial Introduction


Revelation and Grace in Herman Bavinck
Jan Veenhof

Bavinck, Nietzsche, and Secularization
Gordon Graham

Why Was Bavinck in Need of a Philosophy of Revelation?
George Harinck

An Alternative Approach to Apologetics
Henk van den Belt

The Promise of Herman Bavinck’s Doctrine of Revelation: Theology beyond Dogmatism and Relativism
Jeffrey S. Hocking

Restoration and Renewal: The Nature of Grace in the Theology of Herman Bavinck
Jon Stanley

To Be or to Become — That Is the Question: Locating the Actualistic in Bavinck’s Ontology
James Eglinton

Bavinck’s “Revelation and the Future”: A Centennial Retrospective
Brian G. Mattson


Love and Law: Some Thoughts on Judaism and Calvinism
Leora Batnitzky

Sharia and the (Em)Brace of Difference: From Theology to Law to Identity Politics
Anver M. Emon

Assessing the Christological Foundation of Kuyper’s Doctrine of Common Grace
Cambria Janae Kaltwasser

From Talking About to Speaking With: The Reformed Churches in The Netherlands and Islam
Dirk van Keulen

Common Grace: A Distinctive Resource for “A Common Word”
Emily Dumler-Winckler

Simul Humanitas et Peccator: The Talmud’s Contribution to a Dutch Reformed Notion of the Imago Dei
Cory Willson

How Many Herman Bavincks? De Gemeene Genade and the “Two Bavincks” Hypothesis
James Eglinton

Common Grace and Pagan Virtue: Is Kuyperian Tolerance Possible?
Andrew M. Harmon

Advancing a Neo-Calvinist Pneumatology of Religions: The Role of Recent Yongian Contributions
Robert Covolo

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