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Particular Grace: A Defense of God’s Sovereignty in Salvation

Particular Grace: A Defense of God’s Sovereignty in Salvation

Originally published in Dutch at the end of the nineteenth century, Particular Grace is an explanation and development of the gospel of salvation by the grace of God in Jesus Christ.

Abraham Kuyper's main purpose in this volume is to expose the error of general grace and to present a sold, biblical defense of the Calvinistic doctrine of particular grace.

"Reformed believers will surely be impressed with the power of the author's language and argument, the breadth of this acquaintance with past and contemporary discussion, and the¬†cumulative weight of his case. They will also find Kuyper surprisingly fresh and pointed. Many contemporary denials of particular grace are anticipated by his arguments." ‚ÄĒMid-America Journal of Theology

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The Winter, Which Thou Hast Made

The Winter, Which Thou Hast Made

Of Nova Zembla Tollens* sings: "Here the Prince of Winter has erected his throne."

Yet at heart this is ungodly and fundamentally heathen speech, as though there were a Prince of winter, who brings ice and snow and hoarfrost. A language that contrasts strongly with what in Israel a David and an Asaph sang: Our God gives snow like wool, he scattereth the hoarfrost like ashes, he casteth forth his ice like morsels: who can stand before his cold?" (Ps. 147:16, 17).

This is the language of piety.

Winter also is nothing but a wondrous creation of the almightiness of the Lord.

In cold also, which changeth the face of the earth, our God is made great.

More briefly still, with Asaph confessed in Psalm 74: "The winter also, which thou hast made."

Neither is winter accidental; what it brings with it is no mere play or whim. In winter also there is formation. One great thought expresses itself in it, which temporarily puts its fetters about all of life, and penetrates even smallest particles.

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Question and Answer Session Video from Common Grace Lecture Now Available!

Southwest Protestant Reformed Church invites you to view a recently completed video of Questions and Answers from the 2014 lecture ‚ÄúKuyper‚Äôs Common Grace ‚ÄėChristianizing of Culture‚Äô‚ÄĒReformed Calling or Ecclesiastical Suicide?‚Ä̬† In this video Prof. David Engelsma answers important questions that were presented by those who attended or viewed the lecture.¬† This video can be found at www.commongraceandculture.com under the Questions & Answers section.¬† DVDs are also available by requesting a copy at christianandculture@gmail.com. ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬†...

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Video Now Available! - Kuyper's Common Grace 'Christianizing of Culture' Lecture

Weren't able to make it to the lecture or couldn't listen in? Here's your chance to watch the lecture!   You can also watch the Video and listen to the Audio at the lecture website. Visit the Question & Answers page for the Questions that will be answered soon via video or post a question you might have after watching or listening to the lecture online.   This lecture was sponsored by: Southwest PR Church Evangelism Committee

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Kuyper's Common Grace 'Christianizing of Culture'‚ÄĒReformed Calling or Ecclesiastical Suicide?

A public lecture, "Kuyper's Common Grace 'Christianizing of Culture'‚ÄĒReformed Calling or Ecclesiastical Suicide?" will be given at Sunshine Christian Reformed Church on the East Beltline in Grand Rapids, MI on¬†September 26, 2014 sponsored by Southwest Protestant Reformed Church. The speaker will be David J. Engelsma, professor of theology in the Protestant Reformed Churches in America.¬† The occasion for the lecture is the significant project of the translation into English for the first time of the noted Dutch theologian and statesman, Abraham...

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