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Engage with these Dutch titans, men of towering faith and immeasurable spiritual sensitivity! Flowing with engrossing scholarship and style, the influence they exerted, extends far beyond their own times! Their narratives abound with dominant doctrine, stirring sermons and glowing truths, prominently showcasing teachings of permanent significance. Be transported into the realms of glory, partake of unparalleled communion with God and possess Him as the highest treasure with this collection from E4’s, You Ain’t Dutch You Ain’t Much: Reformed Dutch Theologians & their Impact upon Society Library!  Get this Library FREE, during this special short-term offer!
   
Systematic Theology
Louis Berkhof

Monumental! Louis Berkhof’s Systematic Theology, with almost 800 pages of Reformed theological thought this is the magnum opus of his life! This hefty volume still remains the standard of systematic theology. Unsurpassed in clarity and convenience, his refreshing treatment of the essential doctrines of the Christian faith are crucial to a deeper understanding of the consequence of one’s beliefs. Refuting the myth that systematic theology is unexciting, Berkhof explains the doctrines, practices, and questions about the Christian faith from many new angles revealing a fuller knowledge of God. Phenomenal!

"One of the top 100 books of the millennium!" — World

"A classic that has stood the test of time!" — Doug Erlandson

"No other systematic theology compares to Berkhof’s!" — Roy Ingle

   
Summary of Christian Doctrine
Louis Berkhof

Solid, systematic, extensive in reach, and always authentically Reformed! Summary of Christian Doctrine by Louis Berkhof is widely acknowledged as the best, brief and balanced systematic theology. Concise and crisp, this is a great introduction to theology. Berkhof unveils the glory of God through creation and redemption history, reliably handling great subjects, succinctly supporting his teaching with apt portions of Scripture to look up and meditate upon. This is Berkhof’s accurate summa of Christian doctrine. Awesome ready reference throwing light on almost any subject!

"Excellent resource!" — Phil

"Classic & Timeless!" — Jacques Schoeman

"Reliable and concise!" — Joshua D. Reitano

   
Introduction to the New Testament
Louis Berkhof

A reference volume par excellence! Introduction to the New Testament by Louis Berkhof draws insights from several great men of God, presenting a higher appreciation and deeper understanding of the New Testament, its history, culture and authors. A grand work of systematic theology, beautifully organized and impeccable! Impressive investigation of the history and purpose of the gospel and epistles! Easy to navigate, Berkhof begins with a simple outline and goes on to describe author, contents, characteristics and canonical significance of each New Testament book! An unmitigated reading pleasure!

"So useful!" — M. J. Keel

"One of the best!" — John McKenna

"This is a must for all Christians!" — Peter S. Sim

   
Manual of Christian Doctrine
Louis Berkhof

Excellent! In Manual of Christian Doctrine, Louis Berkhof discusses the major evangelical themes in systematic theology, including Theology proper, Anthropology, Christology, Pneumatology, Soteriology, Ecclesiology, and Eschatology, with an additional Reformed slant together with the subjects of predestination and covenant. Very understandable, this remarkable resource is marked by doctrinal accuracy and scrupulous handling of the fundamental doctrines of the Christian faith. Beautifully captures the foundational Christian truths, these awe-inspiring, soul-stirring facts will refocus your eyes towards heaven! A trusted and effective tool!

"An excellent summary!" — Matt Powell

"Great doctrinal overview!" — C. J. Maldonado

"It has blown my mind about God!" — Evan Staehle

   
Sermons and Writings of Geerhardus Vos
Geerhardus Vos

Feast upon Vos’ Christ-centered preaching! Sermons and Writings of Geerhardus Vos are meat and drink of the Word of Life — an inexhaustible fount, deeply satisfying those who hunger and thirst after righteousness. Preaching the centrality of Christ, the mutual fellowship between God and man in the covenant, Vos shows God condescending to give Himself to His people, as His people give themselves to their God, reiterating that the essence of religion is true communion between God and man. Vos kindles a hunger for a more Word-dominated life, lived in heavenly-mindedness!

"Stimulating!" — Shaun Abrahams

"Great insights!" — Lydia Millanes

"Burning tenderness and awesome realism!" — Clowney

   
Moses and the Authorship of the Pentateuch
Geerhardus Vos

Incisively analytical! In The Mosaic Origin of the Pentateuchal Codes Vos, discusses particularly whether the essence of the Pentateuchal codes carries any influence of the Mosaic age. Vos censures and counters the German theologians of his day who challenged the Mosaic authorship of the first five books of the Bible, presenting his defense of Moses as the historical author of the Pentateuch. The linguistic characters and incompleteness of the code, the significance of the altars, priestly and levitical roles and the feasts are also discussed. Fascinating study!

"Amazing!" — A reviewer

   
Eschatology of the Psalter
Geerhardus Vos

Resonating with piety and fervor, Vos in In the Eschatology of the Psalter indicates the eschatological expectations in the Psalter by the first and frequent usage of ‘Messiah’ or ‘the Anointed’ and ‘king’. Extolling the extent of the eschatological King, His identity and His kingdom, the psalms overflow with kingship language - a new song, new things, new creation or new name, all connected with God’s plans being fulfilled! Vos explores the Psalmist ‘s longing to endlessly worship God for Himself, and revives a passion for God sadly lacking today.

"An excellent work and a must read on the Psalms!" — Adam King

   
New Evangelism and Other Papers
Henry Drummond

Superb scholarship and spirituality! New Evangelism and Other Papers by Henry Drummond comes across as one of the first thinkers to attempt to reconcile religion and science. Drawing standing-room-only crowds at all venues, worldwide, his messages continue to remain as inspiring. He represented the best of erudition and theology! No single fact in Science has ever discredited a fact in Religion. His transparency, spiritual depth, geniality, scientific mind, and genuine interest in people stemmed from his greatest passion, to know Christ Jesus and make Him known to others.

"One of my favorite thinkers!" — Peter Stone

   
Articles by Geerhardus Vos
Geerhardus Vos

Unmatched Reformed biblical-theological corpus! Articles by Geerhardus Vos include a collection of articles, sermons and poems that interpret Biblical revelation in the light of Christ over a period of sixty-four years. This fine anthology has organized extracts from Vos’ published and unpublished writings subject wise, offering an incomparable opportunity to learn firsthand Vos’ study on more than 350 different topics. Vos staunchly defended the Bible as God’s inspired and inerrant Word.

With a rare combination of excellent exegetical, philosophical, and linguistic ability, Vos’ writings remain standard reading even today!

"The most incisive and penetrating exegete I know!" — John Murray

   
The Importance of Christian Scholarship
J. Gresham Machen

Scintillating arguments! The Importance of Christian Scholarship by Machen invokes a revival of learning for Christian teaching, evangelism and defense of the faith. Objecting to "modern", anti-intellectual evangelical leaders who insist that because the gospel is simple it does not require scholarly research or deep knowledge for faith, Machen contends it is scholarship that establishes order out of confusion, empowers the Christian to fortify his faith and provides scholarly replies to refute objections to thus present the message more clearly. Underpinning good preaching is sound Christian scholarship!

"A much awaited wake-up call!"— A reviewer

   
The Life of Christ
J. Gresham Machen

Reflections and ruminations! The Life of Christ by Machen, the last of the Great Princeton Theologians, contains nine wonderful chapters on Christ’s life and work. One of the most useful studies, with helpful questions at the conclusion of each chapter, this book begins with Israel under Persian rule. Setting the historic tone of Christ’s birth, which is the ultimate goal of history, Machen leads us through His baptism, early ministry in Judaea and Galilee, His teachings and a period of popularity culminating in the death and resurrection. Absorbing!

"Gripping account!" — A reviewer

   
The Evolution of the Use of the Bible in Europe
Abraham Kuyper

Rich and detailed! Kuyper’s The Evolution of the Use of the Bible in Europe focuses on the progressive changes in mankind’s history, a time of tyranny and oppression, followed by national growth and finally a conscious development of individual lives. At the close of the 18th century, the mighty impulse for Bible distribution began in Holland, spreading to Great Britain. Bible societies became indispensable, springing up across Europe and America, spreading the Holy Scriptures. Kuyper teaches us affiliation to our family first, then our nation and finally, our world! Stupendous!

"Astounding scholarship!" — A reviewer

   
Pentecost
Abraham Kuyper

Thought provoking! Abraham Kuyper’s Pentecost is a sort of systematic theology written from the viewpoint of pneumatology. Dealing with the centrality of the human heart, that focal point of one’s existence where God works within an individual, Kuyper directs his attention to the relatively lesser-read Christians. Conversational in style, short and incisive, he calls his readers to repentance by accepting the Holy Spirit as God who came to live among and within His people. His meditations include frequent quotations from the Dutch Psalter and Biblical references. Uplifting!

"A turning point in my life!" — Herman Dooyeweerd

   
To Be Near Unto God
Abraham Kuyper

Christ-centered inspirational treasure! To be near unto God by Kuyper includes one hundred and ten wonderful meditations on one single thought, "As for me, it is good to be near to God" (Psalm 73). Kuyper declares that being near to God must become a reality, permeating into our very being, molding our sentiments, sensitivity, senses, thinking, imagination, will, actions and speech. This needs to be the passion that breathes throughout our whole existence, a blend of spiritual vigor with doctrinal constancy. Devotions with true substance and a Scripture text index!

"A good devotional!" — Douglas Wilson

"By far my favorite devotionals!" — Christina

"One of the best devotionals!" — Brandon Davis

   
The Age of Reformation
Preserved Smith

Probing, erudite and scholarly! The Age of Reformation by Preserved Smith shows his high respect for science and that historical knowledge can improve future human prospects. This comprehensive survey of the economic, intellectual and social context of Protestantism in the 16th century reveals Europe at the beginning of the century and traces the causes of religious revolt from Rome as it hit each country. Indicating the intellectual and cultural outlook, besides the social and economic conditions, this balanced account of the causes and the significance of the Reformation is enjoyable!

"Accurate well-written and poignant reminder of church history!" — A reviewer

   
History of Protestantism in the Netherlands
J.A. Wylie

A sprightly, meticulous account, J.A. Wylie’s History of Protestantism in the Netherlands begins with the first century A.D. until the Glorious Revolution in Great Britain in 1688, Wylie traces the progress of Protestantism from the 1st to the 14th century, introducing John Wycliffe and John Huss until the opening of the 16th century and then from the Diet of Worms to the Augsburg Confession. He continues to trace the rise and establishment of Protestantism in Sweden and Denmark, Switzerland, Germany, France, Geneva, Netherlands, Poland and Bohemia, Hungary and Transylvania. Awesome!

"A book for the times!" — London Quarterly Review

"Will imbue readers with the sacred love of liberty and of truth!" — British Quarterly Review

 
 

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