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The Kuyper Center Review, vol. 2: Revelation and Common Grace
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The Kuyper Center Review, vol. 2: Revelation and Common Grace


Eerdmans 2011

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Abraham Kuyper—pastor, theologian, journalist, and politician—is highly regarded as exemplifying how confidence in the truth of a Christian worldview can be expressed in both theory and practice. Honoring the spirit of Kuyper’s legacy, The Kuyper Center Review publishes substantial essays that relate the tradition of Reformed theology to issues of public life.

The chapters in this second volume in the series, Revelation and Common Grace, were originally presented at the annual Kuyper Conferences held at the Abraham Kuyper Center for Public Theology at Princeton Theological Seminary in 2009 and 2010. The 2009 conference celebrated the centenary of Herman Bavinck’s Stone Lectures, and it brought theologians and philosophers into conversation on topics that Bavinck considered relevant to assessing the nature and status of revelation. The 2010 conference explored the concept of common grace—key to the thought of both Kuyper and Bavinck—and especially its potential for furthering interreligious dialogue and understanding among the Abrahamic faith traditions.

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Interested in the whole series? Be sure to check out the Kuyper Center Review (4 vols.)


  • “Revelation and Grace in Herman Bavinck” by Jan Veenhof
  • “Bavinck, Nietzsche, and Secularization” by Gordon Graham
  • “Why Was Bavinck in Need of a Philosophy of Revelation?” by George Harinck
  • “An Alternative Approach to Apologetics” by Henk van den Belt
  • “The Promise of Herman Bavinck’s Doctrine of Revelation: Theology beyond Dogmatism and Relativism” by Jeffrey S. Hocking
  • “Restoration and Renewal: The Nature of Grace in the Theology of Herman Bavinck” by James Eglinton
  • “Bavinck’s ‘Revelation and the Future’: A Centennial Retrospective” by Brian G. Mattson
  • “Love and Law: Some Thoughts on Judaism and Calvinism” by Leora Batnitzky
  • “Sharia and the (Em)Brace of Difference: From Theology to Law to Identity Politics” by Anver M. Emon
  • “Assessing the Christological Foundation of Kuyper’s Doctrine of Common Grace” by Cambria Janae Kaltwasser
  • “From Talking About to Speaking With: The Reformed Churches in The Netherlands and Islam” by Dirk van Keulen
  • “Common Grace: A Distinctive Resource for ‘A Common Word’” by Emily Dumler-Winckler
  • Simul Humanitas et Peccator: The Talmud’s Contribution to a Dutch Reformed Notion of the Imago Dei” by Cory Willson
  • “How Many Herman Bavincks? De Gemeene Genade and the ‘Two Bavincks’ Hypothesis” by James Eglinton
  • “Common Grace and Pagan Virtue: Is Kuyperian Tolerance Possible?” by Andrew M. Harmon
  • “Advancing a Neo-Calvinist Pneumatology of Religions: The Role of Recent Yongian Contributions” by Robert Covolo

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About John Bowlin

John Bowlin is Rimmer and Ruth de Vries Associate Professor of Reformed Theology and Public Life at Princeton Theological Seminary. He is author of Contingency and Fortune in Aquinas’ Ethics.

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