Originally presented by Herman Bavinck (1854-1921) as the Stone Lectures at Princeton Theological Seminary, Philosophy of Revelation is the supreme entry into the mind of this Dutch Reformed theologian at the brink of the twentieth century. This groundbreaking framework of Bavinck's "organic motif" offers readers both a philosophy of revelation and a philosophy of revelation. In the introduction, editors Cory Brock and Nathaniel Gray Sutanto write, "Philosophy of Revelation is participation in an assumed God-ward reality insofar as it examines revelation in and through its relation to the various arenas of human life." Newly updated and annotated, this influential work will bring readers into Bavinck's theology in a fresh, new way in the English language.
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About the Author
Cory Brock is the assistant pastor at First Presbyterian Church in Jackson, Mississippi. Cory holds a PhD in Systematic Theology from the University of Edinburgh.
Nathaniel Gray Sutanto (PhD, University of Edinburgh) is an elder and theologian at Covenant City Church (Jakarta, Indonesia) and an adjunct lecturer at Westminster Theological Seminary (Pennsylvania). His recent writings have appeared in Harvard Theological Review and Scottish Journal of Theology.
Table of Contents
Foreword James P. Eglinton ix
Preface to the Annotated Edition xiii
Introduction to the Annotated Edition xxi
Original Translator's Preface xxxv
Philosophy of Revelation Herman Bavinck 1
1 The Idea of a Philosophy of Revelation 3
2 Revelation and Philosophy 26
3 Revelation and Philosophy Continued 46
4 Revelation and Nature 70
5 Revelation and History 92
6 Revelation and Religion 117
7 Revelation and Christianity 142
8 Revelation and Religious Experience 164
9 Revelation and Culture 192
10 Revelation and the Future 213
Index of Names 247