In the Herman Bavinck Lecture series scholars are invited who share Bavinck’s love for the Reformed tradition, are aware of the appeal of his vision of grace as a transforming force in both personal life and in society and culture, and in their scholarly endeavour reflect his deep and Catholic vision of the Christian faith. They are asked to address in their lecture key questions regarding the contribution which Reformed theology can make to church and society in a postmodern world.
Till now the Bavinck lectures have been given by dr Richard Mouw, dr Jamie K.A. Smith, dr Hans Boersma and dr George Harinck.
You can watch all lectures here.
When Kuyper went to America to deliver his Stone Lectures at Princeton in 1898, he took the time to travel around the US. His letters regarding this visit were published by Dordt College Press as Kuyper in America they were edited for publication by George Harinck.
Now George has followed in Kuyper’s footsteps in the Dutch TV documentary “Varia Americana – In the Footsteps of Abraham Kuyper in America”. The four-episode series is now available with subtitles. They provide a fascinating insight into both Kuyper and the contemporary US.
You can watch all series here.
Professor George Harinck’s eight-part documentary on Abraham Kuyper’s journey into the Mediterranean Islamic world is now available with English subtitles. In this intriguing series, produced by Martin Maat and Hans Hermans, Professor Harinck follows Kuyper’s footsteps through 16 countries around the Mediterranean Sea, examining the roots of present-day religious and socio-political conflict in light of Kuyper’s observations a century ago.
You can watch all series (with or without English subtitles) here.