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Abraham Kuyper and the Social Order: Principles for Christian Liberalism

Matthew J. Tuininga

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Abraham Kuyper was a staunch critic of the secularist liberalism that he identified as the legacy of the French Revolution, but in its place, he advocated a political theology that is best described as a form of Christian liberalism. Believing the world was in danger of fracturing under the diffusive and secularizing pressure of modernity, he attempted to articulate a vigorous, socially aware, gospel-centered Christian vision of political engagement. At the center of this attempt were his writings on charity and justice.

Matthew J. Tuininga, "Abraham Kuyper and the Social Order: Principles for Christian Liberalism," Journal of Markets & Morality 23, no. 2 (2020): 337-361


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