Welcome to Jan/John H. Boer's Social Theology Site.
so·cial adj. - Of, relating to, or occupied with matters affecting human welfare.
the·ol·o·gy n. - The study of the nature of God and religious truth; rational inquiry into religious questions.
- from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
Social Theology - The systematic study of and preoccupation with issues of human welfare from the perspective of divine revelation.
Disclaimer—If my major target audience were professional Christian theologians and philosophers, these definitions would need further qualifications. At a more popular level they suffice.
This page is about my publications, with the exception of those dealing with Christian-Muslim Relations and related subjects. The latter are on the Islamica page.
This is a body of literature from a tradition started by Abraham Kuyper that has led to the creation of a unique and powerful Christian perspective that undergirds much of my work and that of an increasing number of other socially concerned philosophers, theologians, authors, politicians, labour leaders, etc. from various continents.
This page provides extensive coverage of all my Christian-Muslim publications. It is the major and longest page of this site.
60+ multi-coloured cards, pictures, posters and slides covering the entire Gospel in the setting of a Mafa village in Cameroon. Simply Beautiful! Unfortunately, at this point only three samples are available on the site, but be assured that all the others are of the same quality.
This is where you satisfy your curiosity about a guy who calls himself a "Social Theologian."