By Herman Bavinck. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means—for example, electronic, photocopy, recording—without the prior written permission of the publisher. The only exception is brief quotations in printed reviews.
|Published (Last):||4 June 2006|
|PDF File Size:||12.37 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||3.1 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
This masterwork will appeal not only to scholars, students, pastors, and laity interested in Reformed theology but also to research and theological libraries. Series Contents:. Part I: Introduction to Dogmatics. The Science of Dogmatic Theology. The Method and Organization of Dogmatic Theology. The Formation of Dogma: East and West. Roman Catholic Dogmatics. Revelation in Nature and Holy Scripture. The Inspiration of Scripture. The Attributes of Scripture.
Part V: Faith Principium Internum. Faith and Theological Method. Part I: The Incomprehensibility of God. The Incomprehensibility of God. Heaven: The Spiritual World. Earth: The material World. Part V: The Image of God. Part I: The Fallen World. Part II: Christ the Redeemer.
Part IV: Salvation in Christ. Calling and Regeneration. Sanctification and Perseverance. The Intermediate State. The Question of Immortality.
After Death, Then What? Between Death and Resurrection. The Return of Christ. The Consummation. The Renewal of Creation. Herman Bavinck — succeeded Abraham Kuyper as professor of systematic theology at the Free University in Amsterdam in His Reformed Dogmatics is a standard text for modern Reformed theology.
These four volumes demonstrate the importance and mastery of Bavinck's own contribution to Reformed theology, while providing a useful and striking point of comparison with the best-known twentieth-century Reformed dogmatics, that of Karl Barth.
Readers will discover more than Bavinck the theologian in these volumes; they will learn about the God whom he worshiped and served. Like Augustine, Calvin, and Edwards, Bavinck was a man of giant mind, vast learning, ageless wisdom, and great expository skill, and to have his first volume now in full English, with a promise of the other three to come, is a wonderful enrichment.
Packer, professor of theology, Regent College. Of special interest is Bavinck's insightful critique of the role of apologetics in establishing certainty in faith. Bloesch, emeritus professor of theology, University of Dubuque Theological Seminary.
Bavinck's breadth, thoroughness, rigor, ecumenical interests, and spiritual fervor are clearly on display in this careful and readable translation.
It is a splendid gift to theological studies and will contribute to redressing the neglect of this faithful servant of Christ and his church. Spencer, Wheaton College. The topics explored by Bavinck are still of the utmost importance, and he addresses them here in a theological voice that is amazingly fresh.
I pray that the appearance of this volume signals the beginnings of a Bavinck revival! Mouw, president, Fuller Theological Seminary. The Dutch version has been a constant stimulus for students, pastors, and other interested Christians. It has shaped generations of theologians and helped them to preach, think, and act on a fresh, Reformed basis.
Baker and the Dutch Reformed Translation Society deserve praise for this project, from which without doubt church and theology will profit for years to come. Bavinck is one of the premier Reformed theologians, but till now much of his magnum opus has not been accessible to English-language readers. This splendid translation gives us the benefits of Bavinck's thorough consideration of theological prolegomena, revelation, and faith.
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. We owe a great debt of gratitude to those who have made the treasures of Bavinck's thought available to a new world of appreciative hearers. It is by far the most profound and comprehensive Reformed systematic theology of the twentieth century. The reader will be amazed by Bavinck's erudition, creativity, and balance.
Bavinck is confessionally orthodox, but he recognizes the need to rethink the traditional formulations from Scripture in the context of contemporary discussion. I cannot express how delighted I was to read volume one for the first time in my own language! I hope it will have a large readership and will bring forth much theological and spiritual fruit.
Frame, professor of systematic theology and philosophy, Reformed Theological Seminary. We all should rejoice to see this material finally available in English and to know that more is coming! Logan Jr. 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.
The combination of both made his work famous, and studying his work fruitful also for a new generation. I have found it to be the most valuable.
The appearance of this volume, with the remaining three planned to follow in the 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.
Gaffin, Jr. Home Theology Reformed Dogmatics, 4 Vols. Reformed Dogmatics, 4 Vols. Publisher: Baker Academic. Pages: Binding: Hardcover. Current Stock:. The Science of Dogmatic Theology 2. The Formation of Dogma: East and West 4. Roman Catholic Dogmatics 5.
Lutheran Dogmatics 6. Scientific Foundations 8. The Idea of Revelation General Revelation Special Revelation Revelation in Nature and Holy Scripture The Inspiration of Scripture Faith and Theological Method Faith and Its Ground The Incomprehensibility of God 2. The Names of God 4. The Divine Counsel 8. Heaven: The Spiritual World Human Origins Human Nature The Origin of Sin 2. The Spread of Sin 3. The Nature of Sin 4. The Covenant of Grace 6. Calling and Regeneration 2.
Conversion 3. Justification 4. The Intermediate State The Question of Immortality Between Death and Resurrection B. The Return of Christ Visions of the End
Reformed Dogmatics : Volume 2: God and Creation
Download the PDF here. Read here. Download the PDF here 4. Read or download article in the book The Bible Magazine By permission of the publisher, the article has been retypeset, and now presented online for the first time as a downloadable PDF. Read it here. Browse all the Bavinck articles at Princeton Theological Seminary here.
Reformed Dogmatics : Volume 1: Prolegomena
Have questions about eBooks? Check out our eBook FAQs. Of special interest is Bavinck's insightful critique of the role of apologetics in establishing certainty in faith. Bloesch, emeritus professor of theology, University of Dubuque Theological Seminary "Herman Bavinck has often been unjustly overshadowed by Abraham Kuyper, especially in the English-speaking world. The unavailability in English of his crowning work, Gereformeerde Dogmatiek , has been a particularly significant lack.
Reformed Dogmatics (4 vols.)