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The aim of this site is to make accessible information, articles and books from a reformational perspective. 

Reformational philosophy maintains that the lordship of Jesus Christ extends to every area and aspect of life. No area of life is neutral and all areas need to be redeemed. 

The pioneers of reformational philosophy were Herman DooyeweerdD. H. Th. Vollenhoven and A Janse. They built upon the foundations laid by Groen van Prinsterer and Abraham Kuyper.

More information on this perspective is here.

For an introduction to Dooyeweerd's ideas these articles are a great place to start:

Mark Roques Crocodiles and philosophy

Roy Clouser Is there a Christian view of everything from nuts to soup?

Danie Strauss Herman Dooyeweerd's philosophy

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Introduction to Reformational Philosophy

Further Information


There are a number of excellent books that have recently been published or are about to be published by Reformational scholars. These include:

  • Lambert Zuidervaart 2016. Religion, Truth, and Social Transformation: Essays in Reformational Philosophy. McGill-Queen's University Press.
  • Craig Bartholomew 2017. Contours of the Kuyperian Tradition: A Systematic Introduction. IVP Academic
  • Robert Sweetman 2016. Tracing the Lines: Spiritual Exercise and the Gesture of Christian Scholarship (Currents in Reformational Thought). Wipf and Stock
  • Mike Wagenam 2016. Together for the World: The Book of Acts. Lexham Press.
  • Craig Bartholomew 2016. Introducing Biblical Hermeneutics: A Comprehensive Framework for Hearing God in Scripture. Baker Academic.
  • Craig Bartholomew 2016. Revealing the Heart of Prayer: The Gospel of Luke. Lexhmam Press.
  • Maarten J Verkerk, Jan Hoogland, Jan van der Stoep, Marc J. de Vries 2016. Philosophy of Technology: An Introduction for Technology and Business Students. Routledge.

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