Theological University Kampen (Broederweg)
An international conference will focus on the theme of
The conference is organized by the Herman Bavinck’s Reformed Ethics. Neo-Calvinism Research Institute in Kampen in the Netherlands.
When: Thu., Sep. 19th — Fri., Sep. 20th, 2019.
Where: Theological University Kampen, Netherlands.
Who: Speakers and topics include:
Roel Kuiper (TU Kampen) – Opening
Dirk van Keulen (TU Kampen) – Presentation of Herman Bavinck’s Gereformeerde Ethiek
Kees van der Kooi (VU Amsterdam) – ‘We as his.’ Some remarks on Bavinck’s Reformed Ethics
James Eglinton (University of Edinburgh) – Herman Bavinck on Christian ethics in the age of Nietzsche
Wim van Vlastuin (VU/HHS Amsterdam) – Is Bavinck among the Puritans?
John Bolt (Calvin Seminary) – Herman Bavinck as a ‘man of science’ in the Reformed Ethics. And: Presentation of volume 1 of the English edition of Bavinck’s Reformed Ethics.
Gerard den Hertog (TU Apeldoorn) – Communion with Christ and Discipleship in Bavinck’s Reformed Ethics
Jessica Joustra (TU Kampen) – Conformity to Christ’s Suffering in Self-Denial and Cross-Bearing: Bavinck on the Role of Positive and Negative Virtues in the Imitation of Christ
Hans Burger (TU Kampen) – The Renewal of the Mind: Cognitive Aspects of Sin, Conversion and Spiritual Life
Ernst Conradie (UWC) – Could Herman Bavinck be Regarded as an Early Exponent of Christian Ecotheology?
Henk van den Belt (VU Amsterdam) – Medicine against Doubt: The Development of Bavinck’s View of Certainty and Assurance
Hillie van de Streek (TU Kampen) – Bavinck’s View on the Position of Women in Society
Albert Gootjes (University of Utrecht) – Dispensing with the Dutch? Bavinck Translations from the Reformed Dogmatics to the Reformed Ethics
Ad de Bruijne (TU Kampen) – Reformed Ethics Today
Marcel Sarot – Bavinck on the Imitation of Christ and Mystical Union: A Roman Catholic Appreciation
Gray Sutanto – Original Sin in Bavinck’s Ethics and Dogmatics
Registration: Register for the conference here.
More Information: The official invitation can be read here. More information is available here on the official conference website.
Bavinck’s Reformed Ethics Vol.1: Created, Fallen, and Converted Humanity
is now widely available for sale. Reformed Ethics Vol. 1: Created, Fallen, and Converted Humanity
The price is about $37 from
Amazon and Christianbook, slightly more at Baker Book House , and $32 from Reformation Heritage Books (RHB also sell Bavinck’s Essays for $24).
recent review, Brian Mattson describes it as a “timely work” and a “treasure trove,” valuable for scholars and theologians but also promising “deep spiritual profit” for believers who read it.
Conference: “Christ and Community”
When: 23–25 April 2019
Where: Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA. ( Prince Conference Center at Calvin College & Seminary.)
James Eglinton (University of Edinburgh)
Neo-Calvinism: Good News for Communities in Despair? Kristen Deede Johnson (Western Theological Seminary)
Expanding our Gospel Imagination: The Great Commission Call to Seek God’s Kingdom and Justice in Our Communities and Institutions Mark Gornick and Maria Liu-Wong (City Seminary of New York)
Stay in the City Hans Boersma (Nashotah House Theological Seminary)
Neo-Calvinism and the Beatific Vision: Eschatology in the Reformed Tradition
Registration: You can register for the conference here.
More information: See the Kuyper Conference Website or this for more information. (PDF 240 KB)
The 1923 edition of Herman Bavinck’s
Beginselen der Pscychologie, edited by Valentin Hepp, can now be accessed here. Hepp praised the work as “beyond comparison” on its subject matter. The 1897 edition of Beginselen der Pscychologie has long been available on Google Books. (Links to these and other works by Herman Bavinck are provided on the bibliography page.)
Exciting news is that an English translation of
Beginselen der Pscychologie is scheduled to appear in The Bavinck Review early in 2019.
A new edition of Bavinck’s classic
Philosophy of Revelation has just been published. A valuable feature of this edition is its helpful notes, references, and explanations. These make Bavinck’s text more accessible and help to integrate it with Bavinck’s other writings. The book is available here and here. The editors are Nathaniel Gray Sutanto and Cory Brock.
Some of the chapters include:
The Idea of a Philosophy of Revelation Revelation andPhilosophy Revelation and Nature Revelation and History Revelation andReligion Revelation and Christianity Revelation and Religious Experience Revelation and Culture Revelation and the Future