In 1908-1909, Princeton Theological Seminary invited Herman Bavinck to deliver the
renowned L.P. Stone Lectures. This volume contains these lectures, all of which concern
theories of divine revelation. He details the importance of God’s revealing himself in
history, thought, nature, personal experience, and religious tradition, hoping to show that
people cannot make sense of the world without acknowledging the divine revelation as
foundational. The lectures remain relevant today, and give a more concise insight into
early 20th century Reformed thought than some of Kuyper’s and others’ lengthier works.