Reformed Public Theology: A Global Vision for Life in the World

Reformed Public Theology: A Global Vision for Life in the World

by Matthew Kaemingk

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Overview

The Reformed tradition in the twenty-first century is increasingly diverse, dynamic, and deeply engaged in a wide variety of global and public issues, from the arts and business to immigration and race to poetry and politics. This book brings together the insights of a diverse group of leading Reformed thinkers--including Nicholas Wolterstorff, Makoto Fujimura, Bruce Ashford, John Witvliet, Ruben Rosario Rodriguez, and James K. A. Smith--to offer a contemporary vision of the depth and diversity of the Reformed faith and its global public impact.


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781493430857
Publisher: Baker Publishing Group
Publication date: 08/17/2021
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 336
File size: 8 MB

About the Author

Matthew Kaemingk (PhD, Vrije Universiteit and Fuller Theological Seminary) is the Richard John Mouw Assistant Professor of Faith and Public Life at Fuller Theological Seminary, where he also serves as director of the Richard John Mouw Institute of Faith and Public Life. He is associate dean for Fuller Texas, serves as a research fellow for the Center for Public Justice, is the coauthor (with Cory B. Willson) of Work and Worship.

Table of Contents

Contents

Introduction: Toward a Reformed Public Theology Matthew Kaemingk
Part 1: Public Culture
Immigration
1. Immigrants, Refugees, and Asylum Seekers: The Migratory Beginnings of Reformed Public Theology Rubén Rosario Rodríguez
Language
2. Let Every Tongue Confess: Language Diversity and Reformed Public Theology James Eglinton
Decolonialism
3. African Decolonization and Reformed Theology Nico Vorster
Euthanasia
4. The Dutch and Death: Pastoral Observations and Theological Reflections Margriet van der Kooi and Cornelis van der Kooi
Pluralism
5. Religious Pluralism in Indonesia: Reformed Reflections N. Gray Sutanto
Part 2: Public Markets
Work
6. A Reformed Theology of Work in New York Katherine Leary Alsdorf
Economics
7. Political Economy in Brazil: A Reformed Response Lucas G. Freire
Labor Rights
8. Workers' Rights in China: A Reformed Case for Labor Unions Agnes Chiu
Part 3: Public Justice
Ideologies
9. Modern Political Ideologies: A Reformed Alternative Bruce Riley Ashford and Dennis Greeson
Populism
10. Power Politics in the Philippines: A Reformed Response to the Populism and Violence of Duterte Romel Regalado Bagares
Activism
11. Reflections from a Reformed Activist Stephanie Summers
Part 4: Public Aesthetics
Art
12. Japanese Aesthetics and Reformed Theology: Reflections on Rikyū, Kintsugi, and Endō Makoto Fujimura
Poetry
13. Poetry and the Reformed Tradition James K. A. Smith
Fashion
14. Reformed Resources for Thinking about Fashion Robert S. Covolo
Cities
15. Streets of Shalom: Reformed Reflections on Urban Design Eric O. Jacobsen
Part 5: Public Academy 
Campus
16. Engaging the Pluralist Campus: Reformed Resources Bethany L. Jenkins
Research
17. A Reformed Understanding of Scholarship Nicholas Wolterstorff
Race
18. Critical Race Theory, Campus Culture, and the Reformed Tradition Jeff Liou
Part 6: Public Worship
Communion
19. A Migrant at the Lord's Table: A Reformed Theology of Home Alberto La Rosa Rojas
Prayer
20. Public Trauma and Public Prayer: Reformed Reflections on Intercession John D. Witvliet
Baptism
21. Sexism, Racism, and the Practice of Baptism in South Africa: A Reformed and Transformative Perspective Nico Koopman
Confession
22. Confession: Practice for Civil Public Discourse Kyle David Bennett
Piety
23. Piety and Public Life: The Public Imitation of Christ Jessica Joustra
Index

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