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Editorial: Neo-Calvinism and Modern Economics

Dylan Pahman


When the Dutch theologian and statesman Abraham Kuyper gave his lecture on “The Social Question and the Christian Religion” at the First Christian Social Congress in the Netherlands in 1891, he claimed, “The social question is not a reality for you until you level an architectonic critique at human society as such and accordingly deem a different arrangement of the social order desirable, and also possible.” This conviction, animated by the principles of Kuyper’s Reformed worldview, inspired the Neo-Calvinist theological tradition in the Netherlands and beyond to develop a deeper, even scientific, body of Christian social thought.

Dylan Pahman, "Editorial: Neo-Calvinism and Modern Economics," Journal of Markets & Morality 25, no. 1 (2022): 1-3

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