- 2007. A third view of rights and law: A critique of assumptions behind the Declaration and the Constitution
The 13th Annual Kuyper Lecture for 2007, Harvard Law School 18th October 2007
- 2007. A blue print for a non-reductionist theory of reality.
Friday, 30 November 2007
Harry is Director of the Dooyeweerd Centre for Christian Philosophy based at Redeemer University College, Ancaster, Ontario and Professor Emeritus in History. He studied under H Evan Runner and M C Smit (1911-1981).
At present there are two papers on Kuyper and inks to his edited version of Groen van Prinsterer's classic Unbelief and Revolution.
- 1998. 'Abraham Kuyper 23 October- 8 November 1920'. Many-to-Many (Dec): 7-8.
- 1998. Abraham Kuyper: heir of anti-revolutionary tradition. Paper presented at International conference ‘Christianity and Culture: The Heritage of Abraham Kuyper on Different Continents’ held on 9–11 June 1998, Free University, Amsterdam.
Thursday, 29 November 2007
1978. "Seed:the salt of the earth is no opiate of the masses" Newsletter FCS NZ No 12 (April) pp 1-4.
1978. "Christian social science as a vocation" Newsletter FCS NZ No 13 (August) pp 10-18.
1978. "Graduate conference" Newsletter FCS NZ No 14 (November) pp 11-14.
1980. "Review of Hans Rookmaaker- a biography by Linette Martin" Newsletter FCS NZ No 17 (December) pp 15-16.
1980. "A Christian Social Perspective by Alan Storkey" Newsletter FCS NZ No 17 (December) pp 19-22.
1980."Marx's theses on Feuerbach: a humanistic catechism" Findings (FCS NZ) No 1 pp 17- 33.
1989. "Whatever happened to Michael Griffiths?" Tyndale Paper 34 (3).
1989. "Samuel Eliot Morison's tercentenary lament" Lucas: An Evangelical History Review No 16 (Dec) pp 46-64.
Monday, 26 November 2007
This will mean rather than being a collection of separate pages, all the pages will be 'under one roof'. It will also mean the end of inappropriate advertising on the site.
Each of the contributors pages can be found by adding surname.htm at the end of www.allofliferedeemed.co.uk.
- Reformational philosophy introduction
- Further information
- Guillame Groen van Prinsterer (1801-1876)
- Abraham Kuyper (1837-1920)
- D. Th. H. Vollenhoven (1892-1978)
- Herman Dooyeweerd (1894-1977)
- Stacey Hebden Taylor
- Pete Steen (1935-1984)
- Roy Clouser pages
- Al Wolters pages
- Danie Strauss pages
- Bruce Wearne pages
- Richard Russell pages
- Mark Roques pages
- Chris Gousmett pages
- Keith Sewell pages
- Rene van Woudenberg pages
- Duncan Roper pages
- Bob Goudzwaard pages
- Marius Dirk Stafleu pages
- Egbert Schuurman pages
- Calvin Seerveld pages
- James Olthuis pages
- Harry Fernhout pages
- Thomas McIntire pages
- Albert Weideman pages
- B J van der Walt pages
- Jonathan Chaplin pages
- Alan Cameron pages
The University and its Basis by Hendrik van Riessen
The Structure of Herman Dooyeweerd's Thought by Pete Steen
The Reformational Understanding of Family and Marriage by E. L. Hebden Taylor
Public Justice for All: An Annotated Bibliography of James W Skillen 1967-2007 by Bruce C. Wearne
The full text of the refrain is here.
An audio file is available here.
Tuesday, 20 November 2007
Monday, 19 November 2007
- Wright’s conversion, calling, and personal worship
- Wright on “the gospel”
- Justification by faith
- Justification - present and future
- Justification and the Roman Catholic Church
- Sola Scriptura
- Is Wright arrogant to assume he has just now figured out what Paul meant?
- Wright on his critics
- Justification in practice
- Wright on penal substitution
- Wright on the resurrection
- Wright on Evangelism
- Wright on Church and State
- Upcoming Writings and Conclusion
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Sunday, 18 November 2007
I have now revised my 'On Dooyeweerd' bibliography. It was originally here - it's now available as a pdf from AoLR here and I have also put in on the reformational wiki here. The idea of putting it the wiki is so that it can become a collaborative project. Please do add any materials that I have omitted (or indeed make any corrections - there are no doubt many typos that need correcting!).
I'm also working on a Bernard Zylstra and a B J (Bennie) van der Walt bibliography. The van der Walt bibliography will slowly be appearing here.
Also Bruce Wearne is working on an annotated bibliography of Bob Goudzwaard - more details to follow!
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Saturday, 17 November 2007
Friday, 16 November 2007
The Leviticus alphabet:
1 - A - Ascending up to God offering
2 - B - Bow to God in tribute offering
3 - C - Come and eat in peace offering
4 - D - Danger over in sin offering
5 - E - Ending guilt in trespass offering
6 - F - Further detailed rules for offerings
7 - G - Going on with rules for offerings
8 - H - How to become a priest
9 - I - Inaugurate the tabernacle system
10 - J - Judgment on Aaron’s sons
Clean and unclean: 11-16
11 - K - Kosher foodBecome a holy nation: 17-27
12 - L - Little ‘uns – cleaning up after them
13 - M - Mouldy bodies and clothes
14 - N - New start from leprosy, but what about your house?
15 - O - Outflows and overflows
16 - P - Purification Day
17 - Q - Quit remote sacrifices and don’t eat blood
18 - R - Ruinous practices, forbidden sex
19 - S - Special people, special life
20 - T - Taking chapter 18 further
21 - U - Unclean priestly actions, unfit priestly bodies
22 - V - Valid holy eating, void animal offering
23 - W - Wahay! Festivals!
24 - X - Execute blasphemer (+ lamp, bread, and eye for eye)
25 - Y - Years – Sabbath and Jubilee
26 - Z - Zones of blessing, zones of curse
27 - Redemption of vows
20 Books on Christ and culture - with some notable omissions! [HT Between two worlds]
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Sunday, 11 November 2007
Saturday, 10 November 2007
The "meme" is meant to discover "five little-known treasures of the blogosphere" in order to put to death our blog bore. I'm honoured to be described by Bob (or at least the meme) as a 'treasure'!
Anyway here are my five 'little treasures' all of which deserve loads more readers:
- Jon Birch - ASBO Jesus
- Paul Robinson - Novice philosopher
- Rudi Hayward - Intermezzo
- Kenn Hermann - Radix perspectives
CahanCarnahan- gilgal [sorry Bennett]
Gideon, David and Macht would also have had a mention - but they have enough readers as it is, they are hardly little known and they don't like memes!
(Consider yourselves tagged guys! Why are they all guys? Perhaps we need another meme for female bloggers worth checking out!)
I would also have nominated The Friend of Kuyper blog - but Bob has already done that. But seeing as he nominated one of his own blogs I'll also do that - H. Evan Runner blog: I've been transcribing some of his lectures - they are excellent stuff and deserve a wider audience.
- Ashland Theological Journal (Volumes 1-37)
- Bibliotheca Sacra (Volumes 91-163)
- Bible and Spade (Volumes 1-12, 1-13)
- Chafer Theological Seminary Journal (Volumes 1-12)
- Christian Apologetics Journal (Volumes 1-5)
- Conservative Theological Journal (Volumes 1-10)
- Conspectus (Volumes 1-3)
- Detroit Baptist Seminary Journal (Volumes 1-11)
- Emmaus Journal (Volumes 1-14)
- Faith and Mission (Volumes 1-23)
- Global Journal (Volumes 1-2)
- Grace Journal (Volumes 1-14)
- Grace Theological Journal (Volumes 1-12)
- Journal for Biblical Manhood and Womanhood (Volumes 1-11)
- Journal of Christian Apologetics (Volumes 1-2)
- Journal of Dispensational Theology (Volume 10)
- Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society (Volumes 9-49)
- Journal of the Grace Evangelical Society (Volumes 1-19)
- Journal of Ministry and Theology (Volumes 1-10)
- Masters Seminary Journal (Volumes 1-15)
- Michigan Theological Journal (Volumes 1-5)
- Reformation and Revival (Volumes 1-13)
- Reformed Baptist Theological Review (Volumes 1-3)
- Review and Expositor (Volumes 70-103)
- Southern Baptist Journal of Theology (Volumes 1-10)
- Trinity Journal (Volumes 1-26)
- Westminster Theological Journal (Volumes 1-68)
We are doing things a little differently than the past 4 years...Instead of having a separate Volume 10 CD, I decided to put all 10 volumes into one package.(we will no longer offer TJL 6, 7, 8 & 9 separately)
And I've devised what I hope is an equitable way for everyone to get caught up.
Here's the way the upgrade thing will work.The list price for the complete package is $400.Since there are 10 volumes in the package, that's $40 per volume.So, your cost of upgrading is $40 X the number of volumes you are behind.
For example:you have TJL 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9 - then your upgrade price is only $40.you have TJL 5, 6 and 7 - you pay $120 (for 8, 9 and 10 content)you have TJL 5 only - you pay $200 (for 6-10 content)
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Sunday, 4 November 2007
2006. The philosophy of D. H. Th. Vollenhoven (1892-1978), with special reference to his historiography of philosophy. Tydskrif vir Christelike Wetenskap 42 (1-2): 35-39.
It is an excellent and readable introduction to Vollenhoven's work. It includes - and clearly explains - this diagram:
Saturday, 3 November 2007
Flew's book There is
Here is Dawkin's take on Flew's conversion to a-atheism:
And here is an interview with Flew in which he discusses some of the factors that made him reconsider his atheism:
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Friday, 2 November 2007
I'm pleased to announce the launch of the Alan Cameron pages on All of life redeemed. Alan is senior lecturer in commercial law at the School of Accounting and Commercial Law, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. His academic specialisation is reformational legal philosophy with a particular interest in the legal philosophy of Herman Dooyeweerd. He is the editor of Herman Dooyeweerd, Encyclopedia of the Science of Law Volume 1: Introduction (Mellen Press, Series A, vol 8, 2002) and author of articles and papers on Dooyeweerd's jurisprudence.
- Coarse on law and economics (previously unpublished) [pdf]
- 1997. Implications of Dooyeweerd's legal philosophy for political theory. Nuances [electronic] 5 (August) Pt 5. (offsite)
- 1997. 'A Reformational Perspective on Law and Justice', Chapter 13 in Signposts of God's Liberating Kingdom: Perspectives for the 21st Century Vol. 1, 1997(Potchefstroom: IRS.) , pp 189-204
- 1998. Dooyeweerd on law and morality: legal ethics - a test case. Victoria University of Wellington Law Review 28 (1): 263-281. [pdf]
- 1998. 'Law, justice and ethics' (previously unpublished)
Thursday, 1 November 2007
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Each training conference will run from 10:00am to 4:30pm.
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