Reformational Theology: A New Paradigm for Doing Dogmatics


Spykman, Gordon J. Used paperback copy in very good condition. Completely unmarked. Minor shelf wear. Crease to bottom corner of cover.

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A significant acheivement. . . . Drawing heavily from the work of John Calvin, Herman Bavinck, G. C. Berkouwer, Herman Ridderbos, and Anthony Hoekema in particular, and dialoguing extensively with Karl Barth, Otto Weber, Helmut Thielcke, Arnold Van Ruler, and Hendrikus Berkhof, among others, Spykman provides a helpful overview of major discussions within twentieth-century continental Reformed Ttheology. The narrative-trinitarian structure of the work (creation, fall, redemption, consummation) is an interesting challenge to the traditional loci structure of Reformed theology as well as to contemporary theology’s typical rejection of the creation-fall sequence. — John Bolt, Calvin Theological Seminary

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Spykman, Gordon J.




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Eerdmans (1995)




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