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with a Postcript coauthored by Michael W. GoheenIn print for two decades and translated into eight languages, Albert Wolters’s classic. Creation Regained: Biblical Basics for a Reformational Worldview Albert M. Wolters is professor of religion and theology and of classical languages at. Creation Regained: Biblical Basics for a Reformational Worldview eBook: Albert M. Wolters: : Loja Kindle.

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Wright narrative nature Old Testament Paul perversion philosophy political reality redemption refer reformational wolers religion renewal restoration revelation salvation sanctification Satan scope Scripture secular sense shaped social sovereign speak Spirit structure and direction teaching theology things tians tion tradition ture understanding whole wisdom word. Seeing the work of humans in, say, politics creatkon being part of the created order may be difficult at times, but understanding that “ruling” is part of the created mandate brings things back into perspective.

Books like that always have such interesting and unique insights. Importantly, he argues that our worldview encompasses all aspects of our life, not just our theological principles or worship practices.

With this emphasis Wolters taps into a major biblical theme: Conclusion In sum, Creation Regained is full of concepts that will enrich many aspects of Bible study: These are the appropriate questions of philosophy, but they are much more practical when we think of them in terms craetion, say, voting.


Not especially compelling, although some helpful points.

Creation Regained: Biblical Basics for a Reformational Worldview

However, for my own personal actions and understandings, I have a working grid with which to work. November 14, at This is a fairly academic book. Feb 14, Seph rated it it was amazing. Every Christian should read this book.

Creation Regained: Biblical Basics for a Reformational Worldview by Albert M. Wolters

Thus, creation, apart from sin, is wholly good. Daryl Charles Limited preview – The book itself is extremely significant. Part of his sanctification that is, part of his redemption is to conduct himself as befits a citizen of Christ’s kingdom in all of these areas. World Religions Catholic Studies. Regardless of your theological leanings, you have much to gain alber reading his great book.

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First, Wolters stands committedly in the Reformed tradition. Thus, Wolters is clearly setting out to defend a transformationalist approach to culture as opposed to the two kingdom doctrine. In essence, when doing studies in ethics, Wolters would have Christians ask these questions: Notify me of follow-up comments by email. This is only mentioned briefly in the closing chapters, so I would like to read a more in depth account on this point but, this book remains an excellent introduction and point of departure non the less.


A Biblical Vision for Christianity and Cutlure. New Testament General Reegained. Thus Wolters reasons for an essential goodness of creation, including later human cultural developments. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

Creation Regained | Albert M. Wolters

Jun 24, Laurent Dv rated it liked it. The anxiety to find the right structure dissipates and all energy and faith can now be directed towards Christ who gives life. Pietism restricts the kingdom of God to the life of the inner soul. In others words, nothing “non-creational” is necessary to make creation good.

These were put in place and are upheld alberr the creator God. Study it with a group of people serious about radical, loving Gospel infiltration of the world, starting at home. This also means that no sphere has the right to control or dominate any other sphere e.

John Dyer From the Garden to the City: In fact, VanDrunen argues that H.