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Our Reasonable Faith

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"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. A practical handbook of theology, it is an outstanding and comprehensive statement of Christian faith and doctrine. Fully supported by Scriptural references, this book provides students, teachers, pastor ...more
Paperback, 576 pages
Published May 1st 1956 by Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company (first published January 1st 1956)
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Tolivar Wills
Devotional in tenor! Makes me want to worship!
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If I were ever to teach a systematic theology class, I would use Our Reasonable Faith by Herman Bavinck to do it. A condensation of his massive, four-part Reformed Dogmatics, Our Reasonable Faith is a fantastic introduction to theology.

Opening the book with the simple statement, “God, and God alone, is man’s highest good,” Bavinck devotes the first eight chapters of his book to the knowledge of God. How does man come to know God? In what does that knowledge consist? He begins by talking about th
Mark Robert
I think this is the best theological summary available from the Protestant Reformned tradition.
The heart of Bavinck's 4 volume Reformed Dogmatics is in this one volume work. Readable and theologically strong.
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Herman Bavinck (1854-1921) succeeded Abraham Kuyper as professor of systematic theology at the Free University of Amsterdam in 1902.
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Reformed Dogmatics Volume 1 : Prolegomena Reformed Dogmatics Volume 2: God and Creation Reformed Dogmatics Volume 3: Sin and Salvation in Christ Reformed Dogmatics Volume 4: Holy Spirit, Church, and New Creation The Doctrine of God

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