English: This article explores the themes of interaction and antithesis between Christian and
non-Christian scholarship, as developed within Christian-reformational circles since
the 1930s. It presents the “classical” models of the Dooyeweerdian and Vollenhovian
schools, as well as the suggestions by Jacob Klapwijk and Nicholas Wolterstorff. It
is argued that the Dooyeweerdian approach is similar to the Vollenhovian one but
more explicit on the possibility of cooperation with non-Christian scholarship. The
proposals by Klapwijk and Wolterstorff contain acceptable elements and some ideas
that should be clarified and refined further.