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Over one hundred years ago, Dutch theologian, politician, and educator Abraham Kuyper delivered six remarkable addresses at Princeton University on the importance of Reformed theology in every part of our lives. With passion borne from years of education and spiritual commitment, Kuyper asserted that Calvinism is a system of life that influences each aspect of human experience.
Reformed theology provides a framework that leads us to obedience with God in politics, art, science, religion, and the future. It is a way of discovering how we are to relate to God, engage with others, and live well in the larger world. Kuyper's words do more than provide historical insight into a theology that would change the lives of many. More than a century after they were first delivered, these lectures offer direction to a world looking for meaning.
First Lecture - Calvinism as a Life System
Second Lecture - Calvinism and Religion
Third Lecture - Calvinism and Politics
Fourth Lecture - Calvinism and Science
Fifth Lecture - Calvinism and Art
Sixth Lecture - Calvinism and the Future
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