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Kingdoms apart : engaging the two kingdoms perspective

Author: Ryan C McIlhenny
Publisher: Phillipsburg, N.J. : P&R Pub., ©2012.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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"Neo-Calvinist scholars address issues on which they differ with Two Kingdoms supporters, such as the nature and extent of Christ's kingdom, the idea of Christian culture, cosmic redemption, the cultural mandate, natural law, and common grace. This is not only an academic debate. The outcome of the debate will have broad implications for Christian schools, colleges, seminaries, and churches and for Christians in the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ryan C McIlhenny
ISBN: 9781596384354 1596384352
OCLC Number: 780415654
Description: xl, 284 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Introduction : in defense of neo-Calvinism / Ryan C. McIlhenny --
The restoration of all things to proper order : an assessment of the "two kingdoms / natural law" interpretation of Calvin's public theory / Cornel Venema --
Calvin, natural law, and the two kingdoms / Gene Haas --
Natural law and the two kingdoms in the thought of Herman Bavinck / Nelson Kloosterman --
"Christ and the magistrate" and "Church and state" : two addresses by S.G. de Graaf / S.G. de Graaf, translated with a foreword by Nelson Kloosterman --
Dual citizenship, dual ethic? Evaluating the two kingdoms perspective on the Christian in culture / Timothy R. Scheuers --
Theologian of the revolution : Abraham Kuyper's radical proposal for church and state / John Halsey Wood, Jr. --
Two cities or two kingdoms? The importance of the ultimate in reformed social thought / Branson Parler --
How does "thy kingdom come" before the end? Theology of the present and future kingdom in the book of Revelation / Scott A. Swanson --
Eschatology, creation, and practical reason : a reformational interpretation of the two kingdoms perspective / Jason Lief --
Christian witness as redeemed culture / Ryan C. McIlhenny.
Responsibility: Ryan C. McIlhenny, editor.

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"Neo-Calvinist scholars address issues on which they differ with Two Kingdoms supporters, such as the nature and extent of Christ's kingdom, the idea of Christian culture, cosmic redemption, the cultural mandate, natural law, and common grace. This is not only an academic debate. The outcome of the debate will have broad implications for Christian schools, colleges, seminaries, and churches and for Christians in the academy, politics, business, the arts, and other realms of cultural activity"-- Publisher description.

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