Theologies of Public Life: Shared Space or Secular Space?

Fourth in a series. To quote G.K. Chesterton, “the following propositions have been urged”: That we lack an account of what makes a social space a “public” space That this gap helps explain our failure to theologize well the particular kinds of social spaces in which most people do most of their work (business, government, etc.) That it also helps explain…

Seminary Spotlight: Sioux Falls Seminary

By Philip E. Thompson, reprinted from the Oikonomia Network. Previous articles on Sioux Falls Seminary have shared stories of how our innovative approach to theological education, Kairos, is enabling students to cultivate human flourishing in both ecclesial and non-traditional contexts of ministry. Since the Kairos model was launched in the fall of 2014, its success has required ongoing, overlapping processes of assessment, evaluation and…

On Not Two Kuypers: A Review of Abraham Kuyper’s Honey from the Rock

By Andrew M. McGinnis Review of Abraham Kuyper, Honey from the Rock: Daily Devotions from Young Kuyper, translated by James A. De Jong (Bellingham, WA: Lexham Press, 2018). P. xviii – 741. In the academic world there are several well-known “twoness theses”—arguments by scholars that there are in one historical person two identifiable and contradictory lines of thought that warrant depicting…

ReFrame Available Free

Reprinted from Regent College. We are excited to announce that as of May 1, 2019, ReFrame is now offered free of charge! We’re deeply grateful to all you who have supported ReFrame over the past four and a half years. Without your support we would not have been able to make this important shift.  Join us in spreading this great news! Read all about the reasons for…