Ad review: Towards a Christian Conception of History by MC Smit (d.1981), translated by Donald Morton & Harry Van Dyke
This book was published in English (2002) from the Dutch original of the author's esays over the years, edited and translated by H. Donald Morton and Harry Van Dyke. It's an outstanding work of reflection on Christian historical thinking, plus Smit's development of his own historical attitude.
--refWrite publisher, Albert Gedraitis
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So, egomaniacally, I put my own visage on the first "cover page" of refWrite in its 5th year, is it?, after five years of going without any cover page whatsoever. Altho I did call refWrite frontpage my flagship for my particular and, yes, idiosyncratic experiment toward a reformational journalism in the digital age of electronic communications, of telecommunications, of a reformational telcom, refTelcom with its own inner copyr+t.