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John H. Bolt

Professor of Systematic Theology

Calvin College

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Calvin College

3201 Burton Street Se

Grand Rapids, Michigan,49546

United States

Company Description

With approximately 4,000 students, Calvin is one of North America's largest and most respected Christian colleges. Calvin, founded in 1876, aims to provide a vigorous liberal arts education that promotes lifelong service. The college's outstanding faculty is k...more

Background Information

Employment History

Professor of Religion and Theology

Redeemer University College


Affiliations

Barnabas Foundation

Board Member


Dutch Reformed Translation Society

Member


Education

Department of Religion and Theology

Calvin College


Ph.D


PhD

University of St. Michael's College


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The Christian Family by Herman Bavinck | Official Site

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John Bolt
Professor of Systematic Theology, Calvin Theological Seminary Editor, Bavinck's Reformed Dogmatics Read It Elsewhere


Economic Shalom | Official Site

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ISBN-13/EAN: With scholarly passion and pastoral wisdom, tempered by the insight of economists, John Bolt presents a winsome case for how God uses the market economy to meet human needs. Written to raise questions and invite further discussion, Bolt offers a robust Reformed perspective on stewardship, property, capital, and morality. From this, he explores a variety of issues, including the human need for liberty, the challenge of consumerism, concerns about fairness and justice, and evangelicalism's mixed history in applying Christian compassion in politics and economics. What stands in the way of the human quest for improvement? How does the reality of sin affect the degree to which we can achieve economic shalom today? And despite every good intention, how do we avoid the horrific track record of failed utopias that have spilled oceans of blood and created mountains of misery? Read, learn, and respond as Bolt leads a rousing Reformed discussion of faith, work, and economics. Read It Elsewhere Amazon Goodreads About John Bolt John Bolt (PhD, University of St. Michael's College) is professor of systematic theology at Calvin Theological Seminary in Grand Rapids, Michigan, where he has taught for more than twenty years. For Dr. Bolt, the task of the systematic theologian is to pay attention to the big picture of the Christian faith, to summarize the grand truths of Scripture in a coherent way, and listen closely to the voices of important theologians throughout ... View Author Page Praise For Economic Shalom A marvelously stimulating book. John Bolt is correct: there is much "underbrush" that has to be cleared away in Christian discussions of the free market, both pro and con. Bolt does a lot of the clearing, and he does so with much theological wisdom (drawing helpfully on the 19th-century neo-...


Praise for Wisdom & Wonder | Christian's Library Press

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John Bolt, professor of systematic theology, Calvin Theological Seminary and author of A Free Church, A Holy Nation: Abraham Kuyper's American Public Theology


John Bolt | Christian's Library Press

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John Bolt
John Bolt (PhD, University of St. Michael's College) is professor of systematic theology at Calvin Theological Seminary in Grand Rapids, Michigan, where he has taught for more than twenty years. For Dr. Bolt, the task of the systematic theologian is to pay attention to the big picture of the Christian faith, to summarize the grand truths of Scripture in a coherent way, and listen closely to the voices of important theologians throughout church history. His goal is to communicate the vision of the Christian faith from a Reformed perspective. Previously, Dr. Bolt taught at Calvin College (Grand Rapids, Michigan) and Redeemer University College (Ancaster, Ontario). He has served as pastor of Christian Reformed churches in Pencticton and Kelowna, British Columbia. Dr. Bolt is the author of The Christian Story and the Christian School, Stewards of the Word, and A Free Church, a Holy Nation: Abraham Kuyper's Public Theology and is the editor of numerous books, including Herman Bavinck's four-volume English edition of Reformed Dogmatics. Books by John Bolt


Religion, Pluralism, and Public Life Abraham Kuyper's Legacy - Johan D.Tangelder

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John Bolt, Professor of Systematic Theology at Calvin Theological Seminary, in his superb and thoughtful essay, "Abraham Kuyper, Leo XIII, Walter Rauschenbusch, and the Search for an American Public Theology" demonstrates how Kuyperian Calvinism and Roman Catholicism were able to dialogue and cooperate politically to promote a Christian social justice agenda.
In same year1891, that Pope Leo XIII issued his encyclical De Rerum Novarum dealing with the social question, the Dutch Calvinists held their Social Congress.


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