Reassessing Kuyper and His Legacy: Q & A with Ad de Bruijne

Saturday, 30 Apr 2016

'Recent years have witnessed a remarkable resurgence of interest in Kuyper.'
When it comes to Christian engagement with culture in its various forms, many Reformed and evangelical Christians have turned to the legacy of Abraham Kuyper (1837’1920). As modernism engulfed the Dutch Reformed Church, he led the founding of the Reformed Churches of the Netherlands and wrote weighty theological tomes. While emphasizing the irreconcilable antithesis between Christian and non-Christian worldviews, he was just as convinced that God’s common grace makes common society possible. He was fascinated by the whole range of cultural activity, arguing that government, education, the church, science, and the arts should be ‘sovereign’ in their own ...

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