Trinitarian Reformational

An integrated vision


Welcome to the South East England School of Christian Studies. This is an embryonic organisation inspired by the call by the great Dutch Christian leader Abraham Kuyper, and his vision of the Lordship of Christ over all of life.

Two introductory courses are in the planning stage:‘An Introduction to a Christian Worldview’ and‘Elements of a Christian Philosophy’. In due course, these can also be made available as distance learning modules.Depending on demand, it is also planned to provide workshops for those in specific areas of work to help Christians to reflect on a distinctive Christian approach to their discipline, profession or practice.

This project is at an experimental stage to gauge interest and to stimulate further development. To find out more, please visit Welcome.


September 19, 2012 - Posted by | Christian Worldview


  1. Jeremy, you might be interested to know that the OCC Worldview course is now online at:


    Comment by steve bishop (@stevebishopuk) | September 26, 2012 | Reply

    • Thanks, Steve

      Comment by jgaive | October 22, 2012 | Reply

  2. Hello Jeremy,

    I’ve now read the first two chapters of your “Outline of a Christian Philosophy” (an old version thereof). I find it very helpful and suggestive in the way you outline grand themes and trends in Western thought and relate them to each other. If a course at SEESOCS – or indeed a written introduction at a popular level – could help me grasp this more fully, I’d be keen to benefit from it. Here at WYSOCS I’ve just witnessed two attempts at popular-level introductions to the Reformational framework: one in Mark Roques’ “Ways Of Knowing course” and the other when Mark, Andrew Basden and David Hanson spoke to Christian postgrads’ leaders at a Faith-in-Scholarship conference last weekend. There’s a great challenge in making these inspiring insights more accessible!

    Comment by Richard Gunton | February 23, 2013 | Reply

  3. Hey, Jeremy. My first time to your site. Thanks for the efforts to bring glory to God! Dan Porter (ThinkNet)

    Comment by portdb | July 9, 2013 | Reply

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