On December 6, 2019, the symposium on Dr. Richard Mouw and his work was held in the St. Anna Chapel at the Theological University, Broederweg 15, Kampen. This symposium was a tribute to Mouw’s work and roles in academia and the public arena, and was organized on the occasion of his honorary doctorate conferred to him by the Theologische Universiteit in the afternoon of that same day.
The Neo-Calvinism Research Institute is happy to announce Liber Amicorum, book of friends, Generous Calvinist, which celebrates the person and accomplishments of Dr. Richard J. Mouw on the occasion of an honorary doctorate conferred to him by the Theologische Universiteit Kampen. Mouw, an influential academic, philosopher, and teacher, has made important contributions to the theological and philosophical tradition of neo-Calvinism, and the dissemination of this tradition in North America and throughout Europe.
This booklet, bringing together voices of his friends, colleagues, and students, bears witness to Mouw’s ongoing achievements. The honor conferred to him by the Theologische Universiteit Kampen is richly deserved, as each of these short essays demonstrates. Mouw’s work and witness – through his scholarly contributions, ecumenical and interfaith dialogues, institution building, mentoring, friendship, and faith – testify to the Lordship of Jesus Christ over all of life and his commitment to living all of life coram Deo, before the face of God.
You can buy the book here.