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Cornelius Van Til addresses these and related questions in this collection of essays on common grace and its relevance to the gospel. He sets forth a Christian philosophy of history; examines the views of Abraham Kuyper, Herman Hoeksema, and others in the debate over common grace; and replies to criticism.
Writes Van Til, "God's good gifts to men, rain and sunshin in season, are genuinely expressive of God's favor unto them. At the same time they are a general testimony by which the Spirit of God labors with men to call them to repentance, and therefore to the fulfillment of the task originally assigned to mankind in Adam."
CHAPTERSPreface1: The Christian Philosophy of History2: Abraham Kuypers Doctrine of Common Grace3: Common Grace in Debatesa) Recent Developmentsb) Some Suggestions for the FuturePART TWO4: Particularism and Common Grace5: Common Grace and Witness-Bearing6: A Letter on Common Grace7: A Reply to Criticism8: Reformed Dogmatics of Herman Hoeksema9: Terminal Considerations