Brisbane School of Theology is convening a two-day conference to mark the centenary of the death of Herman Bavinck (1854-1921).
Plenary sessions will examine the contours of Bavinck’s theology, roundtables will consider Bavinck’s relevance for contemporary Christianity, and short papers will address various aspects of Bavinck’s life, thought, and legacy.
Theme: Bavinck’s theology, life, thought, legacy, and relevance for contemporary Christianity.
Where: Brisbane School of Theology, Brisbane, Australia.
When: July 5–6, 2021.
Call for papers can be viewed here. Deadline for proposed papers is 7 December, 2020.
Plenary lectures include:
James Eglinton (University of Edinburgh) — “ Herman Bavinck as a Politician“
Graham Cole (Trinity Evangelical Divinity School) — “ Herman Bavinck as a Trinitarian Theologian“
Henk van den Belt (Free University of Amsterdam) — “ Herman Bavinck’s Appropriation of Reformed Sources“
Oliver Crisp (University of St Andrews) — “ Herman Bavinck’s Use of Philosophy“
Koert van Bekkum (Kampen Theological University) — “ Herman Bavinck’s Use of Scripture”
more information or to register.
Koert van Bekkum Graham Cole James Eglinton Henk van den Belt Oliver Crisp
The Bavinck Institute at Calvin Theological Seminary is pleased to publish the
(2.3 MB PDF). Bavinck Review 9 (2018)
This issue brings into print Herman Bavinck’s
Foundations of Psychology, a translation of the second edition of Beginselen der Psychologie (1923).
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.