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Calvin on the created structure of human nature: the influence of his anthropology on his theology
(School of Religion & Theology, University of KwaZulu Natal, 2015)
This article analyses Calvin s understanding of the created structure of the human being and the influence of some of his anthropological concepts on his theology. Various anthropological themes in Calvin s theology are ...
Symbiotic anthropology and politics in a postmodern age: rethinking the political philosophy of Johannes Althusius (1557–1638)
(Canadian Society for Renaissance Studies, 2015)
Postmodern societies are increasingly characterized by a hyperpluralism that coincides with an interdependence between social spheres and structures. Actions in one sphere of life often impinge on other spheres of life. ...
John Calvin on the Christian's social responsibility: cultural activist or "modest social reformer"?
Recently there have been heated discussions between Reformed theologians who embrace the two?kingdoms doctrine and proponents of the Neo?Calvinist tradition on whether Calvin held social transformationist views. This article ...
John Calvin on the status and role of women in church and society
(Oxford University Press, 2017)
Churches that find their theological origin in the Calvinist Reformation seem to experience difficulty establishing theological clarity on the role that modern women should play within the church. The question that the ...
Killing from a Distance: a Christian ethical evaluation of CIA targeted Drone killings
This article provides an ethical evaluation of the CIA's use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV's) to target so-called terror suspects and insurgents. It utilises Christian informed deontological and virtue-ethical criteria ...