In my engagement with Abraham Kuyper at Princeton Seminary, I do not seek to repristinate his worldview, much of which belongs, after all, to a quite different time and place. I do seek to learn from Kuyper how to construe Christianity as a comprehensive faith with implications for every sphere of life. I and others have discovered in Kuyper's theology a rich resource for fostering interdisciplinary conversation between theologians and professionals from other disciplines.
Saturday, 6 May 2006
Neocalvinism ....Abraham Kuyper? Maybe.
Comment's series on neocalvinism continues with an article by Clifford Blake Anderson, Curator of Reformed Research Collections in the Princeton Theological Seminary Library 'Neocalvinsism .... Abraham Kuyper? Maybe?'