Vol 44 Issue 07

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A New “Anti-Abstract” Theological Method (1)

We observed (in the December 1 issue) that at stake in the Dekker Case, according to Dr. Henry Stob, is a deep issue of theological method. We are interested in this matter, in part, because of the fact that the language of the Reformed Journal found its way into the Christian Reformed Synod’s decision in the Dekker Case in the charge of abstractness. But we have a deeper interest. In the first place, we are interested for purely theological reasons. Theological method is of the utmost importance, as is the method followed in any science.