Findings: A Journal of Reformational Thought - 2

Findings: A Journal of Reformational Thought - 2

Findings: A Journal of Reformational Thought is a new journal for discussion and promotion of reformational thought. It is distributed free (open access) and we trust that it will provide a channel for new, constructive contributions in any area, based on a reformational perspective.

 

Findings is published by Thumbwidth Press on behalf of the All of Life Redeemed International Seminars Project. To submit an article for consideration please contact the editors at thumbwidth.press@gmail.com.

 

We hope to be able to publish at least two issues each year.

 

  • Contents

    Welcome to the second issue of Findings.

    Contributions to this issue are:

    Editorial: Bruce Wearne – Inspiration and Update

    Isaac Njaramba Mutua – In Search of My True African Christian Identity: Journey from a dualistic to a holistic view of reality

    Egbert Schuurman – Enlightenment of the Enlightenment

    Mark Roques and Steve Bishop – Stewardship Epistemology

    Chris Gousmett – Researching all that is "under the sun." Creation order, the limits of science and the error of speculation in the thought of Antheunis Janse

    Antheunis Janse – Translation: "The work of God that happens under the sun"

    Bruce Wearne – Book Review: “The Frog and the Fish: Reflections on Work, Technology, Sex, Stuff, and Happiness.”

     

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