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Findings: A Journal of Reformational Thought

It is available free from Thumbwidth Press.


This initial journal issue is also a Festschrift - a collection of articles by a number of reformational thinkers from around the world, dedicated to Bruce Wearne on the occasion of his 70th birthday.

Articles include an essay by Bruce himself: "The Revival of Christian Scholarship" selected by the editors as a fine example of Bruce's work over the years.

The other articles are:


  • Robert Wolfgramm – The Bruce I Know
  • Keith Sewell – Calvinism, NeoCalvinism and the Reformational Movement
  • Roy Clouser – Romans and Genesis: An Exploratory Essay
  • Jim Skillen – Modernity and the Secular
  • Chris Gousmett – The Place of Robots in Human Social Life
  • Alida Sewell – Fatherhood in Scripture and in Jane Austen's Novels
  • Alan Cameron – Jurology and the Concreteness of Law: A Reformational Jurisprudential Perspective


We hope to publish Findings at least twice a year. Please contact the editors (Chris Gousmett and Alan Cameron) to submit an article for consideration.

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Thumbwidth Press and the All of Life Redeemed International Seminars Project is pleased to announce the publication of Findings, Issue 2. This is available free from

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Contributions to this issue are:


Editorial: Bruce Wearne – Inspiration and Update

Isaac Njaramba Mutua – In Search of My True African Christian Identity: Journey from a dualistic to a holistic view of reality

Egbert Schuurman – Enlightenment of the Enlightenment

Mark Roques and Steve Bishop – Stewardship Epistemology

Chris Gousmett – Researching all that is “under the sun.” Creation order, the limits of science and the error of speculation in the thought of Antheunis Janse

Antheunis Janse – Translation: “The work of God that happens under the sun”

Bruce Wearne – Book Review: “The Frog and the Fish: Reflections on Work, Technology, Sex, Stuff, and Happiness.”