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Abraham Kuyper (1837-1920) is a significant figure in the history of the Netherlands and modern Protestant theology. A prolific intellectual, he founded a political party and a university, and served as the prime minister of the Netherlands from 1901-1905. His enduring passion was to develop a theology for the general public, particularly through his extensive elaboration of the doctrine of common grace.
— biography from Wisdom & Wonder: Common Grace in Science & Art
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Lectures on Calvinism 963 copies, 6 reviews
On the Church 30 copies
The Revelation of St. John 22 copies, 1 review
Om de oude wereldzee 13 copies, 1 review
Em Toda Extensão do Cosmos 5 copies, 1 review
Faith 2 copies
Come Let Us Bow Down 1 copy, 1 review
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