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enkoENG | KOR     info@neocalvinism.org

Upcoming Events

European Neo-Calvinism Conference 2024

Amsterdam, 29 Aug – 30 Aug 2024

This conference is devoted to the engagement of Neo-Calvinism with modern capitalism. This relationship will be explored from several perspectives. Historically, it will deal with the rise and development of Neo-Calvinist socio-economic thought—roughly from “Groen to Goudzwaard,” but also in its international transmission in the 20th and 21st centuries. Philosophically and theologically, the key question of how we should evaluate Neo-Calvinist thought on these issues will be posed. What is its use for contemporary challenges such as increasing inequality and climate change?

Education, Formation and the Church III

Utrecht, 31 October and 1 November 2024

Traditioning can be seen as a necessary part of a pedagogic approach and can be helpful in nurturing social and moral imagination. Nowadays we raise new generations in a society that is typified as ‘posttraditional’.
In education we tend to overlook the dimension of traditioning, forgetting how the human person is always part of a religious, moral and cultural narrative. The conference is dedicated to the meaning of traditions and traditioning for Christian education and formation today. Researchers, teachers, students that are somehow interested in this theme are invited to participate.

About Our Institute

Religion deeply influences how we live and think. The Neo-Calvinism Research Institute (NRI) at Theological University Utrecht examines how this relation takes shape and develops globally over time in the tradition of Neo-Calvinism.

To conduct academic research in relation to this tradition, we promote, support, supervise and coordinate the work of researchers, offer education on neo-Calvinism, organize conferences and expert meetings, facilitate publication of research, and present a collection of sources from representatives of Neo-Calvinism.