Stephen C. Perks is the Director of the Kuyper Foundation. He was born in the West Riding of Yorkshire, England, in 1956 and now lives near Taunton, Somerset, England.
He is the Editor of Christianity & Society, the Foundation’s journal, and has contributed articles on a variety of topics to journals in Britain, Europe and the USA. He has lectured on a variety of issues, including theology and Christian world-view, economics, politics, education, legal history and music, at conferences in Britain, Europe, the USA, Australia, New Zealand and Africa and has been regularly invited to contribute to local radio programmes dealing with various contemporary ethical issues.
His ministry has a particular focus on promoting the Christian world-view, on applying the Christian faith to the social and political issues that face Church and society in the contemporary world, and in challenging the intellectual, political and cultural idols that dominate so much of modern life in the West. He has been described as a “world-view missionary.” He was ordained as a Minister of the Gospel and an Evangelist in 1990 (Presbyterian) and is now a member of the Church of England. His interests include playing and composing music (to listen to some music composed by the Director visit the Music page on the Media menu). He is married with three adult children.
He is the author of eleven books:
• Christianity and Law (second edition, 2012)
• A Defence of the Christian State (1998)
• Common-Law Wives and Concubines (2003)
• The Problem of the Gifted Speaker (2009)
• Baal Worship Ancient and Modern (2010)
• The Great Decommission (2011)
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