Free University Quarterly: Calvinism & Calvinist Studies. 25 issues 1950-1963
Free University Quarterly: Calvinism & Calvinist Studies. 25 issues 1950-1963

Free University Quarterly: Calvinism & Calvinist Studies. 25 issues 1950-1963

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Free University, Amsterdam. Free University Quarterly: A Quarterly for Christian Knowledge and Life. 25 issues 1950-1963. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Free University, 1950-1963. First Edition. 25 different issues.

Paper wrappers, 6 3/4 x 9 1/2 inches, appx 70-80 pp. each. Very good clean condition. Very good.   [3782] 

The Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam was founded by Abraham Kuyper in 1880. He served as a professor of theology as well as the first academic president. The periodical offered here, the Free University Quarterly, was part of an effort to expand the influence of the university as an international center for Calvinist studies and leadership. It was in print from 1950 to 1962. "Several professors contributed regularly, especially R. Hooykaas and I. A Diepenhorst. In 1953 there were 180 and 116 nonpaying subscribers. Thus the journal was not doing very well, concluded the directors. Rector G. J. Sizoo explained why: there was no agreement about the nature of the publication. The project of launching calvinist scholarship internationally clearly no longer enjoyed the widespread support its initiators had hoped and expected it would." - Deursen, The Distinctive Character of the Free University in Amsterdam, 1880-2005. p. 216.

You will receive:

Vol. I. 1, 3, 4

Vol. II. 1, 2, 4

Vol. III. 1, 2, 4

Vol. IV. 1, 2, 3, 4

Vol. V. 1, 2, 3, 4

Vol. VI. 1, 2, 4

Vol. VII. 1, 4

Vol. VIII. 1, 3

Vol. IX. 2

Sample articles include Calvin and Luther, by Nauta; Pascal, his science and his religion, by Hooykaas; The Church and the Canon, by Grosheide; Science and religion in the seventeenth century, by Hooykaas; On the scholarly habitus, by Waterink; The theophanies in the Old Testament, by Aalders; Buddhist propaganda in the western world and the christian answer, by Pos; Why classics and how to judge them, by Sizoo; Sanhedrin and Gabbatha, by Verdam; The veneration of relics in the early Christian Church, by Thierry; Some bibliographical observations on Calvins sermons sur le livre de Job, by Smid; Augustine and the Reformation, by Nauta; Science and theology in the Middle Ages, by Hooykaas; &c. The average is 4 articles per issue, with University News and Book Reviews.