Wisdom & Wonder
Common Grace in Science & Art
by Abraham Kuyper
"Kuyper's writings on common grace are much needed 'for such a time as this' and Wisdom & Wonder is a marvelous foretaste of more that is to come!"
—Richard J. Mouw, President and Professor of Christian Philosophy, Fuller Theological Seminary
Read more about this new translation on the doctrine of common grace from renowned theologian Abraham Kuyper.
By Abraham Kuyper
"There can be nothing in the universe that fails to express, to incarnate, the revelation of the thought of God." Read Chapter One from Wisdom & Wonder.
Read what other respected theologians and scholars are saying about the importance of this new Abraham Kuyper translation.
Abraham Kuyper (1837-1920) is a significant figure in the history of the Netherlands and modern Protestant theology. Learn more about this theologian here.
Acton Institute and Kuyper College are partnering together to translate Abraham Kuyper's seminal three-volume work on common grace. Here's why...
The translator of a lost treatise by Dutch theologian Abraham Kuyper talks about the challenges—and joys—of translating these essays.
Recently, Generous Mind had discussions with a group of artists who are "On Call in Culture" in some very creative ways. Read more about this project, and the blog posts it inspired, here.
By James McGrath
The book offers a fascinating insight into the question of how Christian faith relates to major human endeavors that take place at least in part independently of the church, focusing on science and art, but with the wider question of the relationship of Christians to society in view.
By David Swartz
When life deflates and the gurus go flat and powerless, it's time to rediscover fire. It's time to rediscover someone like Abraham Kuyper.
By Bruce Epperly
I see divine omnipresence and omniscience as holistic rather than dualistic. I believe that common grace—God's revealing in and through the world—is also saving grace and is available to everyone everywhere.
By Joanne Brokaw
"Nothing in the universe fails to express the thought of God. Not even spiders or bats." Our Heavenly Creatures blogger weighs in on the signficance of Kuyper's theology for our relationship with animals.