The Kuyperian Commentary

Politics, Economics, Culture, and Theology with a Biblical Viewpoint

A Note from the Founder: The State of Kuyperian Commentary

Kuyperian Commentary began as an intense political interest of mine. My interest in Kuyper had its genesis in one of my independent papers I wrote under Professor John Frame at Reformed Theological Seminary.  My desire initially was to write a few pieces expressing my opinion over the political turmoil that ensued in the 2006-2008 presidential political cycle. As the 2012 campaign approached, I realized that this project was larger than I could bear, and that I needed additional voices to join my concerns.

As a result, Kuyperian Commentary grew from the fingers of a solitary typist to 13 regular contributors, three contributing scholars, and additional guest writers. Articles are being published daily (with the exception of Sundays), and the ecclectic nature of these pieces naturally attract a diverse group of people.

Our writers share similar commitments and presuppositions about life that shape their worldviews. Nevertheless, it is not uncommon to find disagreements among them on particular policy issues, or how to best accomplish the goal we have in mind.

If you enjoy KC, I encourage you to let family and friends know about it, and use twitter and Facebook to link to our most recent articles, or direct people’s attention to our Facebook page.

For those who have been following us in these last four months, I am deeply appreciative. Thank you for your kind words of encouragement, and we hope to be able to provide a rich resource that lays out that Kuyperian vision of Jesus’ comprehensive Lordship over all things.

Uri Brito is the co-host of Trinity Talk and a blogger.

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4 thoughts on “A Note from the Founder: The State of Kuyperian Commentary

  1. You guys are doing a great job! Love the improved theme by the way. This is just a thought, but have you considered truncating the posts on your first page to the first 10 lines of each post? It allows you to make a lot more content visible without having to scroll down through the entirety of each story.

  2. James Berry on said:

    I only recently discovered your blog and have been enjoying it very much. I have been an admirer of Abraham Kuyper for many years and was pleased to find another site that represents the heritage he has left us.

  3. Dear James, thanks for visiting us. Blessings.

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