In today's pluralistic context, many evangelicals struggle to navigate between an absolutist position on Christianity and a relativistic religious pluralism. J. H. Bavinck, a prominent twentieth-century missiologist in the Calvinist tradition, wrestled with this tension as he thought and wrote about major world religions, particularly based on his own experience in Indonesia. Offering a constructive way forward, Bavinck affirms both the particularity of salvation in Christ and the universality of the Christian hope. Editors John Bolt, James D. Bratt, and Paul J. Visser have gathered a selection of Bavinck's significant writings, very little of it readily available in English until now. A substantial introduction by Visser provides the most thorough biographical sketch of Bavinck currently available in English.
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