"All of science, fine art, and technology . . . are at the service of the redeemed man to transform them for the service of his God," writes Henry Van Til in The Calvinistic Concept of Culture. His classic Reformed look at the relationship between religion and culture explores the historical development and contemporary implications of the Calvinistic framework. Includes a new foreword by Richard Mouw. 256 pages, softcover, Baker.
An important contribution to the literature on Christianity and culture, this classic work represents the influential Dutch Calvinist theological strand of thinking.
Henry R. Van Til was professor of Bible at Calvin College. He received his Th.M. from Westminster Seminary and also studied at the Free University of Amsterdam.
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