Papers from the conference "Antiquity and the Reformed tradition" held in the summer of 1995 at Knox College, University of Toronto, under the auspices of the Institute for Christian Studies and the Dooyeweerd Centre for Christian Philosophy
Reviewed by J. Glenn Friesen in Philosophia reformata, 72 (2), 2007: 184-188.
Prologue: Reformational philosophy and Protestant orthodoxy / Robert Sweetman -- Neo-Calvinism, antiquity and the lamentations of Reformational philosophy: a general overview / Robert Sweetman -- Groen van Prinsterer's appreciation of classical antiquity / Harry Van Dyke -- Woltjer on classical antiquity / John H. Kok -- Alexander Sizoo / Johan Zwaan -- Greek ontology and Biblical cosmology: an unbridgeable gap / A.P. Bos and D.F.M. Strauss -- Vollenhoven and philosophy in early classical antiquity: a critical review / Anthony Tol -- Popma and Lucian: a critique of the Christian Fathers / Wendy E. Helleman -- Philo in the Reformational tradition / David T. Runia -- Vollenhoven's and Dooyeweerd's appropriation of Greek philosophy / William Rowe -- Antiquity transumed and the Reformational tradition: which antiquity is transumed, how and why / Calvin G. Seerveld -- Epilogue: Antiquity and the future of Reformational tears / Robert Sweetman.