Join a community of scholars, pastors, ministry professionals, laypeople, and civic leaders at the Kuyper Conference in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
In plenary sessions, panel discussions, workshops, and roundtables, you and your fellow attendees will explore the ways that Kuyper’s legacy informs our approach to conference theme. The Kuyper Conference builds on the tradition of neocalvinist theologian and statesman Abraham Kuyper.
The annual Kuyper Conference, which began in 1998 at Princeton Theological Seminary, was founded to acknowledge the stream of Calvinist thought represented by Abraham Kuyper, Dutch theologian and statesman (1837-1920), and to explore the tradition he helped to form, commonly known as neocalvinism.
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