Abraham Kuyper was a staunch critic of the secularist liberalism he identified as the legacy of the French Revolution, but in its place he advocated what might be described as Christian liberalism. Matthew Tuininga explores Kuyper's vision for Christian political engagement in a fracturing world, focusing on his writings on charity and justice.
Associate Professor of Christian Ethics and the History of Christianity
Matthew Tuininga is associate professor of Christian Ethics and the History of Christianity at Calvin Theological Seminary. He is the author of Calvin's Political Theology and the Public Engagement of the Church: Christ's Two Kingdoms and The Wars of the Lord: The Puritan Conquest of America's First People, forthcoming.