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"If God is sovereign, then his lordship must extend over all of life, and it cannot be restricted to the walls of the church or within the Christian orbit." Abraham Kuyper Common Grace 1.1.

Saturday, 18 March 2006

All of life redeemed website update

I have now updated the Further resources section on the All of life redeemed website. I've added a few more reformational blogs (if I've missed any let me know and I'll add it to the list) and added a few more resources under the diferent subject categories. I also added links direct to the various papers at the Ethics:person practices and society symposium; these are:

Andrew Basden Enriching humanist thinking

Doug Blomberg Teachers Living the curriculum

Henk Stoker The ethical dilemma of ‘unethical’ religious movements

Ralph Vunderink Love, power and justice

Bennie van der Walt A shame-/versus a guilt-orientated conscience: an explanation for difference between African and Western ethics

Hans Burger The significance of ‘being in Christ’ for Christian ethics

Harry Cook These all look to you: Darwin and Psalm 104

Rudi Hayward Naïve experience and differentiated practices

Michael Heyns The transcendentalness of the moral order

Yasunori Ichikawa God, man and nature in the Christian and Japanese-Shintoistic views, implications for environmental ethics

Ananka Loubser Nature vs culture in sustainable environmental management

Martin Rice Moral intuitionism: moral properties as directly perceived, non-mysterious parts of the world

Jonathan Chaplin Public justice as a political norm

Giacomo Carlo Di Gaetano The reception of reformed epistemology in the Italian philosophical context

Peter Stoker Christian ethic and the concept of creation

Danie Strauss Legal rights for plants and animals

Pieter Vos Educating for Autonomy: Reconstructing a Moral Ideal

Marc de Vries Ethics and the increasing complexity of technology

Albert Weidman Integrity and accountability in applied linguistics

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