Former winner explains how the seminary honor that once brought the Reformed community together is now splitting it.
Richard J. Mouw
The Kuyper Prize is much in the news right now. Having designated Tim Keller as this year's recipient, Princeton leaders announced last week that they are reversing that decision. Princeton's president acted in response to protests from students regarding Keller's lack of support for both the ordination of women and LGBTQ causes. Modeling a marvelous graciousness, Keller has agreed to keep the commitment to give the lead-off lecture for this year's Kuyper conference, even though there will be no award ceremony. continue reading >>