- BOOKS AND AUTHORS. // America;5/23/1925, Vol. 33 Issue 6, p142
The article reviews several books including "England Under the Early Tudors: 1485-1529," edited by C. H. Williams, "Modern Readings" by Doctor John W. Davis and "To Be Near Unto God" by former Holland Prime Minister Abraham Kuyper.
- Abraham Kuyper: A man for this season. Mouw, Richard J. // Christianity Today;10/26/98, Vol. 42 Issue 12, p86
Profiles Abraham Kuyper, a Dutch statesman who founded two newspapers, a university, a political party and a denomination. Details on Kuyper's visit to the United States in 1898; Influence of Kuyper's thought in the Reformed branch of American evangelicalism; Details on how Kuyper came to...
- CORRECTION. // New Republic;12/22/86, Vol. 195 Issue 25, p41
Presents a correction cited on page 36 in the December 15, 1986 issue of the journal in which the name of Raymond Aron was incorrectly included in the list of intellectuals described as being on the periphery of French fascism.
- Raymond Aron. Shils, Edward // American Scholar;Spring85, Vol. 54 Issue 2, p161
Pays tribute to intellectual Raymond Aron. Aron's virtues; Traits making Aron distinct from other intellectuals; Influences on Aron's work; Aron's career history; Major literary works.
- ABRAHAM KUYPER ON SCIENCE, THEOLOGY AND UNIVERSITY. KLAPWIJK, JACOB // Philosophia Reformata (Center for Reformational Philosophy / Cen;2013, Vol. 78 Issue 1, p18
This article analyzes Kuyper's theory of science in the light of his neo-Calvinist worldview. First we discuss his thesis that there is an inner connection between faith and science. Tensions become visible between a reformational and a scholastic line of thought (1-4). The next part deals with...
- The POSTMODERN Maze. Mouw, Richard // Christian History & Biography;Spring2007, Issue 94, p36
The article profiles Abraham Kuyper, a Dutch statesman and theologian from the Netherlands. He was a Calvinist who recognized that his spiritual forebears had propagated the political schemes that people denied the right to live by their basic convictions. He began his pastoral ministry, under...
- The Humanism of the Incarnation: Catholic, Barthian, and Dutch Reformed. ROWLAND, TRACEY // Nova et Vetera (English Edition);Winter2015, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p125
The article focuses on the idea of the "humanism of the Incarnation." It presents a division between incarnational and eschatological approaches to history. Topics further discussed includes academic works of Abraham Kuyper, former prime minister of Netherlands, the postconciliar theology of the...
- Raymond Aron & the power of ideas. Kimball, Roger // New Criterion;May2001, Vol. 19 Issue 9, p4
Discusses the ideology put forth by intellectual Raymond Aron in his book 'The Opium of the Intellectuals' which was first published in France in 1955. Identification of the causes of moral and intellectual disordering; Idealism of common sense propounded by Aron; Reasons responsible for the...
- Stronger Than Truth Itself. // Time;12/29/1952, Vol. 60 Issue 26, p26
The article reports that French political commentator Raymond Aron has written a paper on why loyal Communists confess crimes which they did not commit. In the Paris-based newspaper "Le Figaro," Aron has pointed that the ceremonies of self-accusation are religious rites. Aron further asserted...