Abraham Kuyper

Abraham Kuyper Abraham Kuyper (1837-1920) was an extraordinary figure uniquely capable of wearing several hats throughout his long public career as pastor, theologian, scholar, journalist, educator and statesman. Although he began in the parish ministry, he moved on to become editor of two periodicals; to found the Antirevolutionary Party, the first Dutch political party and the first Christian Democratic party in the world; and to establish the Free University, a Christian university established on Reformed principles. He was first elected to the Second Chamber of the Dutch Parliament in 1874 and eventually served as Prime Minister from 1901 to 1905. Kuyper's thought was introduced to North America in 1898, when he delivered the Stone Lectures at Princeton Seminary.

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Calling and Repentance

By: Abraham Kuyper

Volume 9, Number 30 (July 22, 2007, to July 28, 2007)

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Topics: Salvation

Sanctification & Justification

By: Abraham Kuyper

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Volume 14, Number 2 (1/8/2012, to 1/14/2012)

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Topics: Christian LivingModern Church

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