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|Description:||x, 466 p. ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Natural law, the two kingdoms, and the untold story of Reformed social thought --
Precursors of the Reformed tradition --
Reforming natural law and the two kingdoms : John Calvin and his contemporaries --
Natural law in early Reformed resistance theory --
The age of orthodoxy : natural law and the two kingdoms in Reformed doctrine and practice --
Theocratic New England, disestablished Virginia, and the spirituality of the church --
An ambiguous transition : Abraham Kuyper on natural law and the two kingdoms --
The Christological critique : the thought of Karl Barth --
The Kuyperian legacy (I) : Herman Dooyeweerd and North American neo-Calvinism --The Kuyperian Legacy (II) : Cornelius Van Til and the Van Tillians --
The survival and revival of Reformed natural law and two kingdoms doctrine.
|Series Title:||Emory University studies in law and religion.|