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Gospel e-books is working together with Christian publishers to allow you to choose what e-books you’d like to have discounted. Cast your vote below and the book with the most votes in each poll will be placed on sale soon after. If there are less than 100 total votes in a particular poll, the winning book will not be discounted.
Kregel: Choose: A Study of Moses for a Life That Matters (Real People, Real Faith) by Jodie Niznik vs. New Wine: A Study of Transition in the Book of Acts by J. Dwight Pentecost
Intervarsity Press: The Doctrine of Creation: A Constructive Kuyperian Approach by Bruce Riley Ashford & Craig G. Bartholomew vs. Contours of the Kuyperian Tradition: A Systematic Introduction by Craig G. Bartholomew
Good Book Company: Serving without Sinking: How to Serve Christ and Keep Your Joy (Live Different) by John Hindley vs. Money Counts: How to Handle Money in your Heart and with your Hands (Live Different) by Graham Beynon
Crossway: What If I Don’t Feel Like Going to Church? (Church Questions) by David Gundersen vs. A Place to Belong: Learning to Love the Local Church by Megan Hill
In this grab bag, we have 8 Academic e-books from Intervarsity Press. The prices and sale dates that they have provided are under each e-book cover.
Abraham Kuyper was, by any standard, one of the most extraordinary figures in modern Christian history. He was a Dutch Reformed minister, a gifted theologian, a prolific journalist, the leader of a political party, the cofounder of the Free University of Amsterdam (where he was professor of theology), a member of the Dutch Parliament, and eventually prime minister of the Netherlands.
Kuyper’s remarkable legacy lives on today in the tradition of Dutch Calvinism that he developed. As his writings become more widely available, this tradition continues to find new adherents attracted by his comprehensive vision of Christian faith. But what defines the Kuyperian tradition?
Renowned South African theologian and philosopher Craig Bartholomew has written the first systematic introduction to this tradition. Drawing on Kuyper’s entire corpus, Bartholomew has identified the key themes and ideas that define this tradition, including worldview, sphere sovereignty, creation and redemption, the public square, and mission. He also goes beyond Kuyper to show how later thinkers developed these ideas. They include, among others, Herman Bavinck, J. H. Bavinck, Gerrit C. Berkouwer, and Herman Dooyeweerd. (more…)