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Why Reanimate A Dead Concept? Observations On Promises And Prospects Of “Natural Theology”

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This chapter comments briefly on a number of issues that have become clearer as Kuyper's own position, the scholarship on Kuyper and his reception, especially within the South African context, are concerned. It is remarkable to note that Leslie van Rooi (as an emerging theologian from the Uniting Reformed Church in Southern Africa) focuses on the liberative undercurrents in Kuyper's life and work. This volume contributes to such an ecological transformation from a point of departure in systematic theology as a subdiscipline of Christian theology. Although rather brief in scope, the collaboration on this chapter will certainly help to take the conversation of this volume of essays further. The purpose of this volume of essays is to invite reflection on the significance of Kuyper for contemporary ecotheology.

Keywords:Christian theology; contemporary ecotheology; creation; Kuyper; reflection; salvation



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