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Table of ContentsPart 1 Prologue: Reformational Philosophy and Protestant Orthodoxy Chapter 2 Neo-Calvinism, Antiquity, and the Lamentations of Reformational Philosophy: A General Overview Chapter 3 Groen van Prinsterer's Appreciation of Classical Antiquity Chapter 4 Woltjer on Classical Antiquity Chapter 5 Alexander Sizoo Chapter 6 Greek Ontology and Biblical Cosmology: An Unbridgeable Gap Chapter 7 Vollenhoven and Philosophy in Early Classical Antiquity: A Critical Review Chapter 8 Popma and Lucian: A Critique of the Christian Fathers Chapter 9 Philo in the Reformational Tradition Chapter 10 Vollenhoven's and Dooyeweerd's Appropriation of Greek Philosophy Chapter 11 Antiquity Transumed and the Reformational Tradition: Which Antiquity is Transumed, How and Why Chapter 12 Epilogue: Antiquity and the Future of Reformational Tears Part 13 Name Index Part 14 Subject Index Part 15 About the Authors
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