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Abraham Kuyper : A Centennial Reader



Overview: This anthology, published in the centennial year of the author's famous Stone Lectures, gathers sixteen key writings by the author never before available in English. Included in this volume are the author's definitive statements on politics, education, culture, and the religious currents and social problems of his time. Also included are the author's own conversion narrative, his critiques of Modernism and of Holiness theology, his proposals on common grace and Calvinist politics, his reflections on a culture in thrall to pantheism and evolution, and his classic address on "sphere sovereignty." Fresly translated and rendered in a clear, accessible style, these writings clearly display the author's wide-ranging and creative Christian mind. Editor James Bratt provides helpful explanatory notes and an introduction to each piece. Photographs, cartoons, and short excerpts from some of the author's better-known works also make this an attractive volume that will stand as the premier of the author reader for years to come.


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284.2 B72a
Publisher William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company : Michigan, USA.,
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498
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English
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0-8028-4321-2
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284.2
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