“For after all these things do the Gentiles seek… But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you.”
Isbell, Sherman – Recovering Experimental Religion, 2009, 13 pages
Young, William – Historic Calvinism and Neo-Calvinism, from the Westminster Theological Journal, vol. 36, 1973-74, with editorial revisions from the Rev. Sherman Isbell
Neo-Calvinism was birthed from the thought of Abraham Kuyper, Herman Dooyeweerd, and others in the late 1800’s. It has had a tremendous effect on, and has become a dominant feature of, reformed thought in America. Young show where Neo-Calvinism has departed from historic Calvinism on 7 points, including: a change of Covenant Theology, an over-emphasis on cultural renewal and institutions, a depreciation of personal religion, and affirming the unBiblical doctrine of presumptive regeneration with its various implications.