A list of Calvin Seerveld's writings from 1995-200 appeared here.
Introductions by Doug Blomberg and Gideon StraussReformational Christian Philosophy and Christian College EducationMaking the Most of College: Studying Ourselves to Life or to Death?Why Should a University Exist?Through the Waters: Christian schooling as a city of refugeThe Song of Moses and the Lamb: The joke of A.R.S.S. educationThe Damages of a Christian WorldviewBabel, Pentecost, Glossolalia, and Philoxenia: No language is foreign to GodJubilee on the JobConcluding Theses on Teaching Philosophy in the North American Undergraduate CollegeA Final Lecture at Trinity Christian CollegeThinking Deeply About Our FaithDooyeweerd’s Contribution to the Historiography of PhilosophyDooyeweerd’s Idea of “Historical Development”: Christian respect for cultural diversityFootprints in the SnowThe Pedagogical Strength of a Christian Methodology in Philosophical HistoriographyEarly Kant and a Rococo Spirit: Setting for The Critique of Judgment“Mythologizing Philosophy” as Historiographic Category
Introduction“Prophetic Shalom in Theatrum Dei” by Adrienne Dengerink ChaplinThe Necessity of Christian Public ArtistryOn Identity and Aesthetic Voice of the Culturally DisplacedFrom Ghost Town to Tent City: Artist community facing Babylon and the city of godGod’s Gift of Theatre in our HandsProfessional Giveaway Theatre in Babylon: A christian vocationNecessary Art in Africa: A christian perspectiveTurning Human Dignity Upside DownThe Challenge to be Imaginative Salt as Artists in God’s WorldCities as a Place for Public Artwork: A global approachHow Should Christians Be Stewards of Art?For the Next Generation of Christian Writers of LiteratureA Note on PoetryA Review: Good Taste, Bad Taste, and Christian Taste
A Review: A Broken Beauty
Introductions by Dirk van den Berg and Henry LuttikhuizenBiblical Wisdom underneath Vollenhoven’s Categories for Philosophical HistoriographyVollenhoven’s Legacy for Art HistoriographyTowards a Cartographic Methodology for Art HistoriographyAntiquity Transumed and the Reformational Tradition: Which Antiquity is Transumed–How and Why?Methodological Notes for Assessing What Happened 1764–1831 in the History of AestheticsThe Moment of Truth and Evidence of Sterility within Neoclassical Art and Aesthetic Theory of the Later EnlightenmentIdealistic Philosophy in Checkmate: Neoclassical and Romantic Artistic PolicyBadt and Dittmann: Art Historiographic Testing of Heidegger’s AestheticsTelltale Statues in Watteau’s PaintingGod’s Ordinance for Artistry and Hogarth’s “wanton chace”Canonic Art: Pregnant dilemmas in the theory and practice of Anton Raphael MengsNo Endangered Species: An Introduction to the wood engraving artistry of Peter S. SmithRedemptive Grit: The ordinary artistry of Gerald FolkertsBook Review: A. L. Rees and F. Borzello’s The NEW Art HistoryList of illustrations
Introduction“My Sensibility is European…” by Barbara Carvill
Minorities and XenophiliaBeyond Tolerance to Tough LoveDoes the World Ask Europe to Sacrifice Its Beautiful Art?Imaginative Reenchantment of Society in God’s World: A redemptive artistic task in the European UnionHuman Multiculturality: Invitation to enriched identitiesFrom Systemic Suppression of Women to Asymmetrical Gender Mutuality: An historical and systematic introductionCultural Dialogue as Human Resource for the Integration of Europe—and what about the development of cities?
Putting Humpty-Dumpty Back Together Again: The problem of artists earning a livelihood in society
Introduction: "(Un)Timely Voyage: Calvin Seerveld’s Normative Aesthetics" by Lambert ZuidervaartThe Halo of Human ImaginativityImaginativityDooyeweerd’s Legacy for Aesthetics: Modal law theoryJoy, Style, and Aesthetic Imperatives, with the Biblical Meaning of Clothes and Games in the Christian LifeOrdinary Aesthetic Life: Humor, tastes and “taking a break”Both More and Less Than a Matter of TasteChristian Aesthetic Bread for the WorldThe Place for Imaginative Grit and Everlasting Art in God’s WorldThe Relation of the Arts to the Presentation of TruthA Turnabout in Aesthetics to UnderstandingPhilosophical Aesthetics at Home with the Lord: an untimely valedictoryA Review: Kant’s Kunsttheorie
A Review: Truth and Method
Introductions by Craig Bartholomew and by Peter S. Smith
Hearing God’s Narrative about “the Way” of shalomReading and Hearing the Psalms: The Gut of the BiblePsalms are to be Heard EverywhereFive Psalms: For the American Guild of Organistsa. Psalm 19: Celebrating the good news of God’s creational ordinances and creatural glossolaliab. David Psalm 30: A song written for a consecration service of the house of Godc. Psalm 96: A song that never gets old is newd. Isaiah 61:1–4, 8–9, 11: The most human of these is hopee. Revelation 18:21–19:8: Hip-hop millennial culture and Hallelujah!Pain Is a Four-Letter Word: A congregational lamentProverbs 10:1–22: From Poetic Paragraphs to PreachingCelebrate the Resourceful Woman (Proverbs 31)Herder’s Revolutionary Hermeneutic and Aesthetic Theory: The Import of Herder’s Hermeneutics for Text Performance of The Greatest SongNeeded: Biblical Recovery of Human Corporeality and Historical Institutionality in God’s WorldThe Gift and Distraction of PleasureThe Smell of your School: A letter of reference?A Christian School Song for Parents and TeachersWays-of-life and becoming elderly wiseImport of Biblical Wisdom Literature for a Conception of Artistic TruthA Modest Proposal for Reforming the Christian Reformed Church in North AmericaA Snake and Dove Policy for Redeemer GraduatesGraduating to Glocal MartyrdomReformed Institutions in TransformationBook Review: Reading Ecclesiastes: Old Testament Exegesis and Hermeneutical TheoryCarlos Martínez Mime ActorA Worship Service Where Two People Walked OutSay “Amen!” Somebody: On gospel singing and joyful worshipLonging to Lament: A conversation between Michael Card and Calvin SeerveldThe Rule of GodLong-range mercy for Africa: The CRC in Sierra LeoneWe are Not Pilgrims: We are called to build tent cities in God’s worldBastards or Sons of God?Operation Fish and Bread for the Ontario GovernmentThe Tender, Tough Mystery of (Married) Love“The Rare Gift of a Friend”A Morning Weather HymnReading the Bible like a Grown-Up Child
Epilogue: A personal testimony