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Mystery of Islam

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Besides an introduction by the translator, this writing comprises the Introduction and Chapter 1 of Volume 2 of Kuyper?s Om de Oude Wereldzee (Around the Ancient Mediterranean Sea). The entire work is Kuyper?s reactions to and thoughts about the Mediterranean...


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Besides an introduction by the translator, this writing comprises the Introduction and Chapter 1 of Volume 2 of Kuyper?s Om de Oude Wereldzee (Around the Ancient Mediterranean Sea). The entire work is Kuyper?s reactions to and thoughts about the Mediterranean Muslim civilization that he traversed. Some of the same subjects that captivated his attention a century ago have returned to the limelight today: the role of Turkey, the position of women, Muslim education, and the unrelenting march of Islam, often at the expense of Christian communities. Above all, he seeks an answer to the mystery of the dynamics that seem to make Islam unstoppable. - Dr. Jan H. Boer, Translator

Besides an introduction by the translator, this writing comprises the Introduction and Chapter 1 of Volume 2 of Kuyper's Om de Oude Wereldzee (Around the Ancient Mediterranean Sea). The entire work is Kuyper's reactions to and thoughts about the Mediterranean Muslim civilization that he traversed. Some of the same subjects that captivated his attention a century ago have returned to the limelight today: the role of Turkey, the position of women, Muslim education, and the unrelenting march of Islam, often at the expense of Christian communities. Above all, he seeks an answer to the mystery of the dynamics that seem to make Islam unstoppable. - Dr. Jan H. Boer, Translator
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Abraham Kuyper

Dr. Abraham Kuyper (1837-1920) was a Dutch Calvinist theologian, philosopher, and politician. As leader of the Anti-Revolutionary Party in the Netherlands, he served as Prime Minister of his country from 1901-1905. He occupied himself with the task of reconstructing the social structures of his native land on the basis of its Calvinistic heritage in almost every area of life. He developed Neo-Calvinism, which emphasizes the sovereignty of Jesus over all mental pursuits and supports the idea that there is a grace given by God to all things in order to sustain the continued unfolding of creation. Kuyper wrote a number of books, including Conservatism and Orthodoxy (1870), The Social Question and the Christian Religion (1891), and Common Grace (1902).

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