"Political Theology" "Immerses readers in the historic, political and theological underpinnings funding the neo-Calvinist engagement with democracy. The result is a volume that not only offers a lucid account of the multifaceted relationship of neo-Calvinist theology to democracy, but one that generates fresh thinking about the theological challenges democracy brings. . . . The contributions here are formidable: a testament to the acumen and promise of the next generation of Neo-Calvinist political theology."
About the Author
John Bowlin is the Rimmer and Ruth de Vries Associate Professor of Reformed Theology and Public Life at Princeton Theological Seminary. He is also the editor of The Kuyper Center Review, Volume 2: Revelation and Common Grace.