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De Moor's Didactico-Elenctic Theology: Chapter III: Concerning Religion By Steven Dilday
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Bernardinus de Moor (1709-1780) studied at the great Dutch University of Leiden, under some of the great Reformed theologians of the age. He was especially attached to Johannes à Marck, and... More > à Marck, shortly before his death, asked De Moor to continue his work, and perpetuate the tradition of orthodox Reformed Scholasticism. “[Bernardinus de Moor] wrote a commentary on à Marck’s dogmatic compendium…which represents the most comprehensive dogmatic text that was ever produced in the Netherlands. In this work of seven volumes (1761-1778), de Moor classified and combined material from the Reformed dogmatics produced by his predecessors at Utrecht and Leiden into a whole.” --van Asselt, Introduction to Reformed Scholasticism This third chapter is devoted to the Doctrine of Religion, a neglected theological locus. New material from the ongoing translation of De Moor's Didactico-Elenctic Theology is being published almost daily at www.fromreformationtoreformation.com/blog.< Less
De Moor's Didactico-Elenctic Theology: Chapter I: Concerning the Word and Definition of Theology By Steven Dilday
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Bernardinus de Moor (1709-1780) studied at the great Dutch University of Leiden, under some of the great Reformed theologians of the age. He was especially attached to Johannes à Marck, and... More > à Marck, shortly before his death, asked De Moor to continue his work, and perpetuate the tradition of orthodox Reformed Scholasticism. “[Bernardinus de Moor] wrote a commentary on à Marck’s dogmatic compendium…which represents the most comprehensive dogmatic text that was ever produced in the Netherlands. In this work of seven volumes (1761-1778), de Moor classified and combined material from the Reformed dogmatics produced by his predecessors at Utrecht and Leiden into a whole.” --van Asselt, Introduction to Reformed Scholasticism This first chapter is devoted to issues of theological prolegomena, a point of significant scholarly interest currently. New material from the ongoing translation of De Moor's Didactico-Elenctic Theology is being published almost daily at www.bernardinusdemoor.com.< Less
De Moor's Didactico-Elenctic Theology: Chapter II: Concerning the Principium of Theology, or Holy Scripture By Steven Dilday
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Bernardinus de Moor (1709-1780) studied at the great Dutch University of Leiden, under some of the great Reformed theologians of the age. He was especially attached to Johannes à Marck, and... More > à Marck, shortly before his death, asked De Moor to continue his work, and perpetuate the tradition of orthodox Reformed Scholasticism. “[Bernardinus de Moor] wrote a commentary on à Marck’s dogmatic compendium…which represents the most comprehensive dogmatic text that was ever produced in the Netherlands. In this work of seven volumes (1761-1778), de Moor classified and combined material from the Reformed dogmatics produced by his predecessors at Utrecht and Leiden into a whole.” --van Asselt, Introduction to Reformed Scholasticism This second chapter is devoted to the Doctrine of Scripture, the Principium of Sacred Theology. New material from the ongoing translation of De Moor's Didactico-Elenctic Theology is being published almost daily at www.fromreformationtoreformation.com/blog.< Less

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Birth Log Book Birth Log Book By Emily Rumsey
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