Reformed Dogmatics: Holy Spirit, Church, and New Creation

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Baker Academic, Jun 1, 2008 - Religion - 944 pages
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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 Dogmatics, now also available as a four-volume set. This volume includes the combined indexes for all four volumes. In addition, editor John Bolt introduces each chapter and has enhanced the footnotes and bibliography. This masterwork will appeal not only to scholars, students, pastors, and laity interested in Reformed theology but also to research and theological libraries.
  

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Review: Reformed Dogmatics Volume 1 : Prolegomena (Reformed Dogmatics)

User Review  - Bentley Crawford - Goodreads

An incredible book that's actually pretty easy to read given the fact that the translation into english is fresh. Bavinck interacts with philosophies and theologians all across the spectrum of the ... Read full review

Review: Reformed Dogmatics Volume 1 : Prolegomena (Reformed Dogmatics)

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Contents

Repentance
16
A The Intermediate State
43
Mortification and Vivification
147
Varieties of Conversion
153
The Spirit Gives New Life Penance and Punishment
176
Various Views Active and Passive Justification
230
Avoiding OneSidedness
287
The Churchs Spiritual The Broader Religious Context of Baptism
326
Infallibility The Reformed Doctrine of the Lords Supper
407
Resurrection
628
B The Return of Christ
644
The Manner of Christs Return
686
Bibliography
731
Combined Scripture Index
777
Combined Name Index
825
Combined Subject Index
895

Church Government in Scripture The Rite of Baptism
377
The Churchs Spiritual The Lords Supper in Church History The Reformation Debates
389

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About the author (2008)

Herman Bavinck (1854-1921) succeeded Abraham Kuyper as professor of systematic theology at the Free University in Amsterdam in 1902. John Bolt (PhD, University of St. Michael's College) is professor of systematic theology at Calvin Theological Seminary in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The late John Vriend translated many classic theological works.

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