Richard Mouw gives first Herman Bavinck Lecture

Neo-Calvinism: A Theology for the Global Church in the 21st Century

On June 1st Richard Mouw will give a lecture on: “Neo-Calvinism: A Theology for the Global Church in the 21st Century”.This lecture is the first in a series of public lectures at the Theological University Kampen named “Herman Bavinck Lecture”.

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For these lectures scholars are invited who share Bavinck’s love for Reformed theology, are enthusiastic about his take on grace as a transforming force in both personal life, society and culture, and who in there academic work reflect his deep and catholic view on the Christian faith. They are asked to answer important questions in their lectures concerning the value of Reformed theology in a postmodern world for church and society.

Richard Mouw was President of Fuller Theological Seminary form 1993-2013, before that he was professor of Christian Philosophy at the same institution. In 2007 the Princeton Theological seminary presented him the Abraham Kuyper Prize for Excellence in Reformed Theologyand Public life. Among other books, he wrote: He Shines in All that’s Fair: Culture and Common Grace (2001) and Uncommon Decency: Christian Civility in an Uncivil World (2010).

Richard Mouw will give his lecture on Monday the 1st of June, at 7.30 pm, at the Theological University, 15 Broederweg, Kampen.