Series: Institutes of Elenctic Theology

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Institutes of Elenctic Theology, Volume 1 by Francis TurretinVol. 1
Institutes of Elenctic Theology, Volume 1 by Francis TurretinVol. 1
Institutes of Elenctic Theology, Volume 2 by Francis TurretinVol. 2
Institutes of Elenctic Theology, Volume 3 by Francis TurretinVol. 3

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  1. Reformed Dogmatics, Vol. 1: Prolegomena by Herman Bavinck (2003)
  2. The Economy of the Covenants Between God and Man: Comprehending a Complete Body of Divinity by Herman Witsius (1798)
  3. Post-Reformation Reformed Dogmatics, vol. 1,: Prolegomena to Theology by Richard A. Muller (1987)
  4. Systematic Theology by Louis Berkhof (1959)
  5. Collected Writings of John Murray: 1. The Claims of Truth by John Murray (1976)
  6. Systematic Theology [3-volume set] by Charles Hodge (1960)
  7. Reformed Dogmatics, vol. 1 by Herman Hoeksema (2004)
  8. The Doctrine of the Knowledge of God (A Theology of Lordship) by John M. Frame (1987)
  9. Concise Reformed Dogmatics by J. van Genderen (2008)
  10. The Marrow of Theology by William Ames (1968)
  11. Systematic Theology by Robert L. Dabney (1972)
  12. A New Systematic Theology Of The Christian Faith 2nd Edition - Revised And Updated by Robert L. Reymond (1998)
  13. Biblical Theology by Geerhardus Vos (1948)
  14. The Plan of Salvation by Benjamin Breckinridge Warfield (1941)
  15. A Body of Divinity: Being the Sum and Substance of the Christian Religion by James Ussher (2007)

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