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Richard Mouw, for twenty years president of ­Fuller Seminary and still on its faculty, updates us on his thinking about a matter long close to his heart: the disputed neo-Calvinist or ­Kuyperian doctrine of common grace. Conversational and personal in style, the book has hardly a paragraph without the first-person singular pronoun, and even those without it will have the pronoun in first-­person plural. All That God Cares About does not argue from first principles, and thus does not intend to give an outside reader a rooted and comprehensive grasp of this important point of theology. Rather, it is an incremental advance upon a lifetime of teaching and ­conversation.

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