Modern Reformed Systematics

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  1. jpfrench81

    jpfrench81 Puritan Board Sophomore

    Just wondering if y'all wanted to help me list the recent Reformed (I mean that term broadly) Systematics, say 1990 on?

    So far, I have:

    Systematic Theology - Wayne Grudem
    A New Systematic Theology of the Christian Faith - Robert Reymond
    Systematic Theology - Morton Smith
    The Whole Counsel of God (Vol 1 released) - Richard Gamble
    Systematic Theology (Vol 1 released) - Douglas Kelly
    The Christian Life - Michael Horton
     
  2. jogri17

    jogri17 Puritan Board Junior

    hmm Berkhof, Bavinck was reprinted adn translated recently, ConRefDog (Genderen, Velema- though note there are alot of typos and grammatical errors in it, but still worth consulting. modern dutch confessional reformed theology), and John Murray (vol 2 of his 4 volume collection is organized in traditional systematic form by topic, though note he never wrote a systematic theology. But if vol. 2 fonctions basically as one.Grudem relies heavilyon it in his).
     
  3. jogri17

    jogri17 Puritan Board Junior

    Sorry didn't see ur limit of 1990 and on ward. Then ignore berkhof and Murray
     
  4. N. Eshelman

    N. Eshelman Puritan Board Senior

    I don't know if Gamble's is OFFICIALLY a Systematic. It is really a Biblical Theology- but if you are including both sides of the Theological Department, I would include it.
     
  5. jpfrench81

    jpfrench81 Puritan Board Sophomore

    I thought that it was Biblical Theology also (not having read it). But his faculty page (the one created by the university administration) said it's a Systematic, so I included it just to be safe.

    RPTS: Academics: Faculty
     
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