To Have and To Hold: Peculiar Grounds for Cultural Engagements and Civil Disagreements

Pro Rege, Dec 2003

The article below, written by Dr. John Kok, is the expanded and revised version of his response to Dr. Richard Mouw's presentation (on common grace) at a public forum in connection with Pastors

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To Have and To Hold: Peculiar Grounds for Cultural Engagements and Civil Disagreements

To Have and To Hold: Peculiar Grounds for Cultural Engagements and Civil Disagreements John H. Kok Follow this and additional works at: http://digitalcollections.dordt.edu/pro_rege Part of the Christianity Commons Recommended Citation Kok, John H. (2003) "To Have and To Hold: Peculiar Grounds for Cultural Engagements and Civil Disagreements," Pro Rege: Vol. 31: No. 3, 23 - 30. Available at: http://digitalcollections.dordt.edu/pro_rege/vol31/iss3/4 - Article 4


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John H. Kok. To Have and To Hold: Peculiar Grounds for Cultural Engagements and Civil Disagreements, Pro Rege, 2003,