The Calvinistic Concept of Culture
"While a number of good books introducing the basics of a Christian worldview have appeared in recent years, none of them provides the kind of systematic theological background that we find in Van Til's book, with its nuanced exploration of the status of cultural activity in creation, the fall, redemption, and the final consummation of all things. . . . Henry Van Til's Calvinistic Concept of Culture remains an excellent guide for anyone wanting to learn the ways of cultural obedience to the One who claims every square inch of the creation as his own." -From the foreword by Richard J. Mouw 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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