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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.

Saturday, 17 May 2014

Recent Kuyperania (May 2014)

Bruce Wearne's review of Kuyper's Kuyper in America and two of Mouw's books Cultural Discipleship and Abraham Kuyper from Zadok Perspectives is now online at Platforma C

Peter J. Leithart takes a brief look at Kuyper's common grace

Another republished version of Kuyper's Lectures on Calvinism is available from GLH and on Kindle.

Darryl L. Bock looks at Kuyper's book on Common Grace:
This is my first read of Kuyper, a famous Reformed theologian of the late 19 and early 20th century. His style is clear. His address of issues is direct. He raises and pursues questions that many do not even raise. He reasons in detail, sometimes one senses he infers to answer questions that may not have an answer. Still it is a worthy read. If one has ever wondered why there is so much discussion of covenants to Adam and Noah in the Reformed tradition, this text will help to explain why the topic is raised.
Robert Covolo's review of Bratt's biography of Kuyper is now online at, as is his 2013. "Faith in a Fashionable Age: Abraham Kuyper and Charles Taylor on the Secular Nexus Between Mode and Modernité"  International Journal of Public Theology 7: 297–314.

And as has been mentioned before John Boer's translation of Abraham Kuyper's The Ascent of the Son - The Descent of the Spirit is available from

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