Calvinism: Six Stone Foundation Lectures


Kuyper, Abraham. Hardcover in very good condition. Minor shelf wear and soiling to exterior otherwise clean and completely unmarked.

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Kuyper’s classic work on Calvinism is derived from the content of his Stone Lectures at Princeton Theological Seminary delivered during the academic year of 1898–1899. The domain of Calvinism, he argues, is broader than narrow confessionalism. Rather, it is a system of principles which are rooted in the past, strengthen us in the present, and provide confidence for the future with regard to three fundamental relations in all of human life—our relation to God, our relation to one another, and our relation to the world. He then articulates this all-of-life approach in the context of religion, politics, science, and art. His final lecture discusses the possibilities for the future of Calvinism.

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Kuyper, Abraham




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Eerdmans (1943)




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