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Richard Mouw will mess you up.

@jarielbailey writes,"I thought the Kuyperian stream of Calvinism was too ethnically specific, too Eurocentric, too Dutch; and therefore, it was not for me. So,what changed?.... Rich Mouw"

https://inallthings.org/an-unlikely-story-a-review-of-reformed-public-theology/ @neo_calvinism @in_all_things

https://inallthings.org/neo-calvinism-for-the-nations-reviewing-part-2-3-of-reformed-public-theology/
"...these essays demonstrate that Neo-Calvinism can offer insight beyond its Dutch roots, and they provide a testimony to the potency of a vision for Christian public engagement that takes both its ultimate and its temporal calling seriously."
-Donald Roth

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