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In the final episode of season 1, we respond to questions submitted by Grace in Common listeners: 1) What's the difference between neo-Kuyperian and neo-Calvinist? 2) What does 'grace restores nature' mean? 3) How does the relationship between believing and belonging work in neo-Calvinism? 4) Is there a 21st century Herman Bavinck? 5) What about He…
 
Join us for a conversation with Michael Allen, Professor of Systematic Theology at RTS Orlando, on the beatific vision - the Christian teaching that the goal of human existence is to 'see God'. In recent years, the neo-Calvinist tradition has faced critical questioning on the richness of its handling of this important doctrine. In this week's episo…
 
Suggested Reading: Vincent Bacote, The Spirit in Public Theology (Baker Academic, 2005); 'Erasing Race', in Black Scholars in White Space, Anthony Bradley (ed.), (Pickwick, 2015); Reckoning with Race (Brill, 2021), 'Kuyper on Race' in Calvinism for a Secular Age, Rob and Jessica Joustra (eds.), (IVP, 2022). Richard Mouw, Abraham Kuyper: A Short and…
 
An episode on the occasion of the publication of the Klaas Schilder Reader. A Neo-Calvinist Bonhoeffer, a "loyal opposition in the Neo-Calvinist tradition", "a theology for the trenches of life". Who was this second generation neo-Calvinist? How did he differ from Kuyper and Bavinck? Join us in a conversation about possible weaknesses in the Neo-Ca…
 
What, if anything, does theology have to say about how we clothe our bodies? Join us for a conversation with neo-Calvinist cultural theologian Dr Robert Covolo, author of Fashion Theology, for a wide-ranging discussion on culture, fashion, and theology. Works cited: Robert Covolo, Fashion Theology (Baylor University Press, 2020) Abraham Kuyper, 'Un…
 
In this episode, we discuss the current online controversy on the 'third way' - an approach to Christianity and culture currently most closely associated with Tim Keller, but most historically rooted in the neo-Calvinist tradition. Join us for American, Asian, and European perspectives on this American debate. Sources: James Wood, 'How I Evolved on…
 
In this episode, we have a full-orbed conversation with Shao Kai Tseng (DPhil, Oxford). He is research professor in the Department of Philosophy at Zhejiang University, China. He is the author of Karl Barth's Infralapsarian Theology (2016) and Hegel (2018), and a contributor to the Oxford Handbook of Nineteenth-Century Christian Thought (2017) and …
 
Neo-Calvinism is well-known for its combination of orthodoxy and modernity. It is neither a nostalgic return to the Calvinism of 16th century Geneva, nor a principled rejection of older Christian tradition. Instead, it is something different. In this episode we discuss the neo aspect of neo-Calvinism: its relationship to the modern world. Join us f…
 
A conversation about the misunderstandings and nuances on the notion of worldview. Mark A. Noll, The Scandal of the Evangelical Mind (Eerdmans, 1995); Abraham Kuyper, "Our instinctive life" in James Bratt (ed.), Abraham Kuyper: A Centennial Reader (Eerdmans, 1998) Herman Bavinck, Christian Worldview (Crossway, 2019) Gray Sutanto and Cory Brock (eds…
 
In this episode, we talk with Leah Boyd (Twitter: @LeahBSassy) about music, liturgy, and theology. Because of its rich theology of culture, neo-Calvinism is often assumed to be a resource for Christianity outside of the church. Less well known is the liturgical tradition produced by Bavinck and Kuyper, which is distinctly neo-Calvinistic in its att…
 
Our guest in this episode is George Harinck, professor of the history of neo-Calvinism at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and Theological University Kampen/Utrecht.This is his inaugural adres at the Vrije Universiteit, Waar komt het VU kabinet vandaan? (2008)George Harinck, Marinus de Jong and Richard Mouw (eds.), The Klaas Schilder Reader: The Es…
 
In this episode we continue to reflect on “what is neo-Calvinism” by talking through misunderstandings of neo-Calvinism, mostly from our own experiences.The book about Lutheranism and Calvinism mentioned by Gray is Robert Kolb and Carl Trueman, Between Wittenberg and Geneva (Baker Academic, 2017)Klaas Schilder (1892-1952) was a Dutch second generat…
 
The four hosts of the podcasts with their affiliation: James Eglinton (New College, University of Edinburgh) Gray Sutanto (Reformed Theological Seminary, Washington D.C.) Cory Brock, (St Columba’s Free Church, Edinburgh) Marinus de Jong (Oosterparkkerk, Amsterdam, Neo-Calvinism Research Institute, Kampen|Utrecht). Two people we have mentioned (and …
 
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