Cornelius Van Til, Abraham Kuyper, grace, reformed theology
What Cornelius Van Til calls the "common grace problem" has received considerable attention in the theological discussions of, especially, the first half of the twentieth century. Beginning with an exhaustive (three volume) attempt by Abraham Kuyper to interpret all the implications of this doctrine for the individual and for society and through the various refinements of the Amsterdam School to the suggested overhaul by Cornelius Van Til, the doctrine remains an unsettled one upon which there is no mutual agreement.
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Westminster Theological Journal
Westminster Theological Seminary
van Vliet, J. (1999). From Condition to State: Critical Reflections on Cornelius Van Til's Doctrine of Common Grace. Westminster Theological Journal, 61 (1), 73. Retrieved from https://digitalcollections.dordt.edu/faculty_work/1272