Editorial Reviews. From the Back Cover. “Finally Bavinck becomes available to the Reformed Dogmatics: Volume 1: Prolegomena by [Bavinck, Herman]. This magnum opus of the renowned Dutch theologian Herman Bavinck is now fully translated into English. Includes a combined index of all four volumes as well. In partnership with the Dutch Reformed Translation Society, Baker Academic is proud to offer in English for the very first time all four volumes of Herman.
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This is a cause for rejoicing. Books In This Series 4 Books. Reformed Ethics volume 2 of 3, edited by John Bolt.
John Bolt and John Vriend have done us the great service of putting the works of this outstanding Dutch theologian into our hands in the Bavnick language. This work, which was originally written in Dutch, was translated into English and published by the Dutch Reformed Translation Society in I have found it dogmaitcs be the most valuable.
October 1, Sold by: Embarrassing, because modern Calvinists generally dislike the movement “neo-Calvinism,” yet Bavinck is the unofficial godfather of it. Readers of Bavinck will undoubtedly be impressed by the dkgmatics reach of his learning and familiarity with the history of Christian theology. Some of the more doxological portions of his Dogmatics compare favorably with the most familiar, lofty, moving passages in Augustine and Calvin.
These volumes have been anticipated by the theological world for a long time and now that they are available, it would behoove every professor, theological student, Elder, and serious Christian to purchase them. Volume 1 — Prolegomena Baker, doymatics Craig Bartholomew, Contours of the Kuyperian Tradition: In partnership with the Dutch Reformed Translation Society, Baker Academic is proud to offer in English for the very first time the fourth and final volume of Herman Bavinck’s complete Reformed Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants.
Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. MouwIRT Bulletin. John Bolt has performed a great service by his editorial introductions and notes in the English translation.
These fundamental issues are dealt with out of his deep commitment to God’s divine revelation in Scripture, the need to engage modern thought, and a piety by faith nurtured in the riches of the Reformed faith. You are commenting using your Twitter account. Herman Bavinck succeeded Abraham Kuyper as professor of systematic theology at the Free University in Amsterdam in The Bavunck version has been a constant stimulus for students, pastors, and other interested Christians.
The Christian Familytranslated by Nelson Kloosterman in His critical interaction with Enlightenment thinkers is a helpful, contextualized model for theology in the post-Enlightenment world, making this a very timely work.
Frame, professor of systematic theology and philosophy, Reformed Theological Seminary “This is one of those seminal works that embodies a significant portion of our Doggmatics theological heritage. This leads Bavinck to a line he repeats throughout the book: But it is to be hoped that the larger English-speaking theological world will also accept the challenge of seriously engaging his considerable contribution to Reformed thought.
That seems like an outlandish claim because the book in question appeared in the Netherlands nearly a hundred years ago. What especially impresses, bavunck, as one moves methodically through these tomes is Bavinck’s integrity. As one who has read the entire 4-volume Dutch work from cover to cover times, I can attest to the fine job of editing and translating John Bolt and John Vriend have done, respectively.
Readers will discover more than Bavinck the theologian in these volumes; they will learn about the God whom he worshiped and served. The appearance of this volume, with the remaining three planned to follow in dgomatics near future, will be an incomparable boon for generations of students, pastors, teachers, and others, serving to deepen understanding and enrich reflection in both historical and systematic theology.
From Bavinck’s numerous citations of key Dutch Reformed theologians such as Voetius, de Moor, Vitringa, van Mastricht, Witsius, and Walaeus as well as the important Leiden Synopsis purioris theologiae, it is clear he knew that tradition well and claimed it as his own.
Though Bavinck’s dogmatics was written about one hundred years ago and reflects the state of theological discussion of an earlier period, it remains one of the most important summaries of Reformed theology ever written.
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It not only is encompassing in content but also shows everywhere a profound insight into the basic problems that a Reformed theology has to face and a deep sensitivity for modern culture. Venema, Mid-America Journal of Theology “For those struggling with the most critical issue facing theology today, namely, the question of the truth of the Christian faith, this volume is a godsend.
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