I was test riding Zotero today while browsing the net for resources of Neo-Calvinism. Within minutes of browsing I could export the following list. Zotero is a real handy tool and these links for neo-Calvinism are worth a read. Does anyone have any further on-line resources for an introduction to neo-Calvinism which avoids being to philosophically technical.
- “JOLLYBLOGGER: Defining Neocalvinism?,” http://jollyblogger.typepad.com/jollyblogger/2006/06/defining_neocal.html.
- “Neo-Calvinism – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia,” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neo-Calvinism.
- “Reformational-UK – Home,” http://www.reformational.org.uk/.
- “The KUYPERIAN: Introduction To Kuyper’s Thought,” http://kuyperian.blogspot.com/2004/08/introduction-to-kuypers-thought.html.
- “The KUYPERIAN: Relevance Of Neocalvinism For Today,” http://kuyperian.blogspot.com/2004/09/relevance-of-neocalvinism-for-today.html.
- “WRF.ca | Comment Magazine – “What is to be done… toward a neocalvinist agenda?” by Al Wolters,” http://wrf.ca/comment/article.cfm?ID=142.
I am happy to call myself a neo-calvinist for the following reasons.
1) Emphasis on the biblical meta-narrative
2) Use of worldviews and the development of a Christian world view with which all of life can be viewed
3) Aware and critical of the platonic takeover of evangelicalism
4) Calvin had a great beard
5) Concerned about he Lordship of Christ in all spheres of life
6) Neither modernist or post-modern
7) Sympathetic of N.T Wright who seems to be a neo-Calvinist who uses different terminology
8) Neo sounds quite hip and funky
9) this list could go on but my daughter is needing my attention. She struggles with some of the words in the Institutes