Reformed Dogmatics: Vol 1 Prolegomena Hardback
by Herman Bavinck; John Bolt; John Vriend;
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Reformed Dogmatics: Vol 1 Prolegomena
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The seventeen chapters of this volume are grouped into sections: Introduction to Dogmatics, The History and Literature of Dogmatics, Foundations of Dogmatic Theology, Revelation, and Faith. Bavinck's approach throughout is meticulous, though he wears his vast learning lightly. As he moves throughout the subject of dogmatic theology, he stands on the shoulders of giants such as Augustine, John Calvin, Francis Turretin, and Charles Hodge.
Editor John Bolt characterizes the work as follows: "Reformed Dogmatics is biblically and confessionally faithful, pastorally sensitive, challenging, and still relevant. Bavinck's life and thought reflect a serious effort to be pious, orthodox, and thoroughly contemporary. To pietists fearful of the modern world on one hand and to critics of orthodoxy skeptical about its continuing relevance on the other, Bavinck's example suggests a model answer: an engaging Trinitarian vision of Christian discipleship in God's world."
This masterwork will appeal to scholars and students of theology, research and theological libraries, and pastors and laity who read serious works of Reformed theology.
Reformed Dogmatics: Vol 1 Prolegomena by Herman Bavinck;John Bolt;John Vriend was published by Baker in October 2003 and is our 33209th best seller. The ISBN for Reformed Dogmatics: Vol 1 Prolegomena is 9780801026324.
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|Page last updated||12th April 2017|
|Author / Artist||Herman Bavinck;John Bolt;John Vriend|
|Publisher||Baker (October 2003)|
|Additional Information||v. <1-2> :|
|Number of Pages||685|