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Christian philosophy

are both incisive and provocative, and that, whilst the author's style is generally accessible, chapters 2 and 3 do not serve his intended audience well.     Correspondence: John H. Kok 246

Serious or Playful: A Meditation by Dirk H. Th. Vollenhoven (1892-1978)

This meditation is a translation, by John H. Kok, of D. H. Theodoor Vollenhoven's "Spel of ernst?" published in the Gereformeerde Kerkbod (11, 18, 25 November and 2 December 1923).—“Wat is

To Have and To Hold: Peculiar Grounds for Cultural Engagements and Civil Disagreements

The article below, written by Dr. John Kok, is the expanded and revised version of his response to Dr. Richard Mouw's presentation (on common grace) at a public forum in connection with Pastors

Learning to Teach from Within a Christian Perspective

Dr. John H. Kok presented this paper at the IAPCHE conference at Hilltop University in Mikar, Nigeria, in 1999.

Contemporary Environmental Ethics: A Tempest in a Teapot

This feature article is based on a paper given for the 1993 Fall Faculty Lecture Series at Dordt College.

Dance: Playful Praise

By John H. Kok, Published on 09/01/87