Vos’ Reformed Dogmatics Volume One – A Brief Review

The Reformed Reader

Vos As some of our readers know, Geerhardus Vos was an excellent Dutch Reformed theologian and professor around the turn of the 20th century.  At one point, he wrote out his notes from his systematic theology class and kept them in five volumes, which were transcribed and printed in 1910 (in Dutch).  Lexham Press has done the good work of translating and publishing these volumes for the public – both in hard cover and in e-format (on Logos Bible Software).  I have the first three volumes in my Logos Reformed library, but since I don’t like reading lengthy and detailed books in e-format, I decided to get the print version.  I’m glad I did!  Below are my thoughts on volume one, Theology Proper.

First of all, I should mention that Vos’ treatment of systematic theology is presented in a series of questions and answers.  In this first volume…

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