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Faculty of Divinity

 

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‘Hope’ is theological good that resources society to fight melancholy and apocalyptic imaginations that cripple us today. Personally, it gives a psychological mechanism to overcome despair and destructive behaviors. Publicly, it strengthens cultural and socio-political dynamics. My thesis endeavours to resurrect a theological ethic of hope sourced in the sixteenth-century Reformation, specifically the theological doctrine of hope and its personal and public ethical import in the writings of John Calvin.

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