Religion without ulterior motive / edited by E.A.J.G. Van der Borght.

An in-depth discussion among Reformed theologians on the thesis that only by a radical option for religion without ulterior motive - even good motives -, true religion can be safeguarded from abuse and be linked to Gods love for man without ulterior motive.

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Van der Borght, Ed. A. J. G., 1956-
Format: Electronic
Published: Leiden ; Boston, MA : Brill, ©2006.
Series:Studies in Reformed theology ; v. 13.
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction / E.A.J.G. Van der Borght
  • Religion without ulterior motive / A. van de Beek
  • No ulterior motive, and public theology? / D. Smit
  • A 'gratuitous' spirituality for active Calvinists / R.J. Mouw
  • Christian faith and Christian life / H.M. Vroom
  • The freedom of the family / G. Höver, G. de Kruijf, O. O'Donovan, B. Wannenwetsch
  • The use, abuse, and relevance of religion: some reflections on Professor Abraham van de Beek's proposal / A.P.F. Sell
  • Christian faith without arguments? The relevance of reasons for belief in God / G. van den Brink
  • Unity and justification: the faithfulness of God, the faith/fulness of Christ, and the faith of the church / P.F. Theron
  • Calvin on the kingdom of Christ / I.J. Hesselink
  • Proposal for an apostolic, biblical, eschatological theology : from a Korean context / S.G. Lee
  • Discourse on religion without ulterior motive: a Caribbean perspective / D.J. Antwi
  • Contextualization of African theology and RWUM / J. Kombo
  • Contextual theology without ulterior motives / M.E. Brinkman
  • Epilogue: Religion without ulterior motive within the Reformed tradition / E.A.J.G. Van der Borght.