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This is a classic and I would recommend this for anyone, believer or not.
Kuyper is simply brilliant and his writing is amazing - tackling difficult issues and concepts, yet making it accessible to an interested and engaged reader.
The book can be a bit hard to follow at times because the translation from print to Ebook is spotty.
This is the best explication of Common Grace I have ever read. He makes it SO clear. Fantastic. On-point, not pedantic. He utilizes real-world illustrations to support his thesis. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Anthony Porter
It is amazing to see how Kuyper remains relevant after one century. Easy reading, sound arguments, Bible-based. Chapters on politics and science are superb. Read morePublished 4 months ago by JOSE DE O AVILLA
Clear (though deep) outline of reform theology and how it relates to modern (and post-modern) society.Published 6 months ago by Michael Sasse
Don't approach this book expecting to read on the soteriology of Calvinism; this piece is so much more. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Amazon Customer
Kudos to Eerdmans for keeping this landmark work on "Creating a Christian Worldview" (Peter Heslam's title for his book on the historical context and significance of the lectures)... Read morePublished 11 months ago by daffydd clywd
The book can be a bit hard to follow at times because the translation from print to Ebook is spotty. There is stray punctuation in places and misspellings.Published 12 months ago by Peter Lazio
A very clear and comprehensive discussion of the extraordinary contributions of Calvinism to all aspects of western civilization and it's success on the world stagePublished 12 months ago by sineath roberts
Plowing through 3 of the 6 lectures in the book was as far as I could get. Wanting to know more of what Calvinism means to the individual, I found nothing but philosophical... Read morePublished 19 months ago by robjo24