Clifford Blake Anderson

Clifford Blake Anderson is Curator of Reformed Research Collections in the Princeton Theological Seminary Library. He lives in Cranbury, NJ with his wife Rosanna, who is a pastor in the Presbyterian Church (USA).

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Neocalvinism . . . Abraham Kuyper? Maybe.

In the thought tradition given impetus by the late 19th and early 20th century’s preacher-politician of the Netherlands, Connecticut Congregationalist Clifford Blake Anderson finds a genuinely public and prophetic theology . . . with certain reservations. Chief among these is the question of how any tradition—including neocalvinism—may be prophetically self-critical.