The Orders of Nature and Grace

Thomistic Concepts in the Moral Thought of Franciscus Junius (1545–1602)


This extended study of Thomistic concepts in the work of Franciscus Junius (1545–1602) is the first English monograph on Junius’s theology in more than 40 years, and the first analysis of his use of Thomistic moral concepts. On a broad level, this project investigates the reception of Thomistic ideas in the early modern Reformed tradition. On a narrow level, this study contributes to an examination of Junius’s moral theology itself.

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Seung-Joo Lee, Ph.D. (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, 2021), received his BA in English Literature from Nankai University in China and his MA in Historical Theology from Westminster Seminary California, USA. Dr. Lee serves in the Presbyterian Church of Australia (PCA) and is Adjunct Lecturer in Theology at Presbyterian Theological College in Melbourne.
The primary audience of this book includes researchers at universities or seminaries working in the fields of early modern theology, Reformed scholastic theology, history of Thomism, and Franciscus Junius himself. Keywords: Nature and Grace, Thomas Aquinas, Franciscus Junius, Reformed Scholasticicsm, Reformed Orthodoxy, Reformed Dogmatics, Reformed Ethics, Reformed Theology, Early Modern Theology, Dutch Reformed, European Reformation, John Calvin, Scholasticism, Aristotle, Thomism.
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