Calvinism: Six Stone-lectures

by Abraham Kuyper


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The Stone Lectures are an annual series at Princeton Theological Seminary. They seek to invite internationally-renowned speakers, and have hosted such names as Nicholas Wolterstorff and Abraham Kuyper. Kuyper's lectures, gathered here, are an outline of his Calvinist theology and its impact on every aspect of society (Kuyper is known for his phrase "every square inch"). His first lecture is "Calvinism A Life System," and the remaining five relate Calvinism to religion, politics, science, art, and the future. Kuyper is an important figure in Calvinism and a leader in theology development. His passion for education resulted in the founding of Amsterdam Free University and numerous other colleges. Readers familiar with this tradition will appreciate these six foundational lectures.

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Abraham Kuyper
Source: Wikipedia
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Born: October 29, 1837, Maassluis
Died: November 8, 1920, The Hague
Related topics: Biography, Calvinism, History, Holy Spirit, Kuyper, Abraham,--1837-1920
Basic information: Abraham Kuijper (Maassluis, 29 October 1837– Den Haag, 8 November 1920) generally known as Abraham Kuyper, was a Dutch politician, journalist, statesman and theologian. He founded the Anti-Revolutionary Party and was prime minister of the Netherlands between 1901 and 1905.
Popular works: Work of the Holy Spirit, Calvinism: Six Stone-lectures, You Can Do Greater Things Than Christ, Mystery of Islam, To Be Near Unto God

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