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Essays on Religion, Science, and Society Essays on Religion, Science, and Society

by Bavinck, Herman, Bolt, John, editor

The premier theologian of the Kuyper-inspired, neo-Calvinistic revival in the late-nineteenth-century Netherlands, Herman Bavinck is an important voice in the development of Reformed Christian theology. This volume is described as the capstone of Bavinck’s distinguished career. These seminal essays offer an outworking of Bavinck's systematic theology as presented in his Reformed Dogmatics Set of 4 Volumes
and in Reformed Dogmatics Abridged
and engage enduring issues from a biblical and theological perspective. The collection presents his mature reflections on issues relating to ethics, education, politics, psychology, natural science and evolution, aesthetics, and philosophy of religion. Pastors, students, and scholars of (Continental) Reformed theology will value this work. Contents
Herman Bavinck: A Eulogy by Henry Elias Dosker
1. Philosophy of Religion (Faith)
2. The Essence of Christianity
3. Theology and Religious Studies
4. Psychology of Religion
5. Christianity and Natural Science
6. Evolution
7. Christian Principles and Social Relationships
8. On Inequality
9. Trends in Psychology
10. The Unconscious
11. Primacy of the Intellect or the Will
12. Trends in Pedagogy
13. Classical Education
14. Of Beauty and Aesthetics
15. Ethics and Politics
Appendix A: Foreword by C. B. Bavinck Appendix B: Theology and Religious Studies in Nineteenth-Century Netherlands Index

Paperback, 304 pages, Scripture index, Name index, notes

USD 31.95 / CAD 41.95

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