Herman Bavinck, the premier theologian of the Kuyper-inspired, neo-Calvinistic revival in the late-nineteenth-century Netherlands, is an important voice in the development of Protestant theology. Essays on Religion, Science, and Society is the capstone of his distinguished career.
These seminal essays offer an outworking of Bavinck's systematic theology as presented in his Reformed Dogmatics and engage perennial issues--still critical even today--from a biblically centered theological perspective. The collection presents his mature reflections on issues relating to ethics, education, politics, psychology, natural science and evolution, aesthetics, and philosophy of religion. Pastors, students, and scholars of Reformed theology will welcome Bavinck's thought in these areas as a helpful guide to wrestling through the same issues today.