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Wolterstorff, Nicholas. John Locke and the Ethics of Belief. Cambridge. Locke’s goal is simple: to offer a rational, objective, public account of reason that will heal the warring factions of society. His method, at least in the broad strokes, is … Continue reading
The evangelical/Calvinist resurgence in American life is properly termed “New Calvinism.” The Dutch intellectual tradition from 1880 to sort of today is Neo-Calvinism. Admittedly, new and “neo” are the same thing, but they are applied differently at different times in history. So, … Continue reading
He gave this over 8 years ago but only now was it made available. This is partly why I hold to the Plantinga model of epistemology and metaphysics. Bavinck as Proto-Reformed Epistemologist.
From Wolterstorff’s Until Justice and Peace Embrace Initial claim: (P1) Justice is the enjoyment of one’s rights. Calvin spoke of a “mutual communication” in society: “each is to contribute what he or she can to the enrichment of the common life” … Continue reading