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Paperback Herman Melville Books. Product Description This popular digest of Herman Bavinck’s classic four-volume Reformed Dogmatics clearly presents the fundamental doctrines of biblical theology. In what does that knowledge consist? Everything he teaches is copiously footnoted with Scripture for further reading and support. Please select Ok if you would like to proceed with this request anyway. Wordy, like many all? Visit our Enduring Standards page to see some of our perennially best-selling backlist books.
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Our Reasonable Faith: A Survey Of Christian Doctrine by Herman Bavinck
About this product Description Our Reasonable Faith is an accessible digest of the author’s famous four volume Reformed Dogmatics and clearly presents the fundamental doctrines of Biblical theology.
This popular digest of Herman Bavinck’s classic four-volume Reformed Dogmatics clearly presents the fundamental doctrines of biblical theology.
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That is why it is rightly said that a person, by the grace he receives, himself believes and himself terms from sin to God. He begins by talking about the nature and value of general revelation.
I found it fascinating, for instance, to see the traditional differences between Reformed, Catholic, and Lutheran theologians about the image of God and how it affects other parts of theology. After discussing general revelation, Bavinck spends several chapters detailing the nature and value of special revelation culminating in Holy Scripture.
Return to Book Page. We’re featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book. Be the first to write a review. He then discusses the covenant of grace that God made with mankind for the redemption of the world. Cory Brock rated it it was amazing Apr 05, The will of God realizes itself in no other way than through our reason and our will. bvinck
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I particularly appreciated his emphasis here, as many Reformed Christians today push the idea of antithesis so far that there is no value in general revelation whatever. The lowest-priced brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging where packaging is applicable. He moves on to the doctrine of the Holy Spirit and how the Holy Spirit brings us to share in the person of Christ. Community Blog Partners Facebook Twitter.
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