Natural law and the two kingdoms a study in the development of reformed social thought emory university studies in law and religion david vandrunen on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers conventional wisdom holds that the theology and social ethics of the reformed tradition stand at odds with concepts of natural law and the two kingdoms. David vandrunens fascinating natural law and two kingdoms does just this it provides the transcript for 2000 years of conversation about natural law and the doctrine of the two kingdoms or at least one historians very compelling rendition of that conversation actually it does something even more interesting. I realize that natural law and the two kingdoms seem like novel and suspicious doctrines to many reformed people today but turning against these ideas i am convinced has been to the detriment of reformed doctrine piety and life in the world. Sometime a bit tedious but overall a very good survey of two kingdoms and natural law theory relative to the evolution of reformed thought for most of the book the author seemed to be attempting a non biased journalistic approach. John bolt calvin theological seminary the strength of this book is the overwhelming amount of historical evidence judiciously analyzed and assessed that positions the reformed tradition clearly in the natural law two kingdoms camp
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