Series: Post-Reformation Reformed Dogmatics

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Post-Reformation Reformed Dogmatics, vol. 1,: Prolegomena to Theology by Richard A. Muller1
Post-Reformation Reformed Dogmatics, vol. 2,: Holy Scripture: The Cognitive Foundation of Theology by Richard A. Muller2
Post-Reformation Reformed Dogmatics, Vol. 3: The Divine Essence and Attributes by Richard A. Muller3
Post-Reformation Reformed Dogmatics, vol. 4: The Triunity of God by Richard A. Muller4
Post-Reformation Reformed Dogmatics: The Rise and Development of Reformed Orthodoxy, ca. 1520 to ca. 1725 (4 vols.) by Richard A. Mullerset

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  1. Reformed Dogmatics, Vol. 1: Prolegomena by Herman Bavinck (2003)
  2. Christ and the Decree: Christology and Predestination in Reformed Theology from Calvin to Perkins by Richard A. Muller (1986)
  3. Protestant Scholasticism: Essays in Reassessment (Studies in Christian History and Thought) by Carl R. Trueman (1999)
  4. Institutes of Elenctic Theology: Volume 1: First Through 10 Topics by Francis Turretin (1992)
  5. Reformed Confessions Harmonized by Joel R. Beeke (1999)
  6. The Bondage and Liberation of the Will: A Defence of the Orthodox Doctrine of Human Choice against Pighius by John Calvin (1996)
  7. The Unaccommodated Calvin: Studies in the Foundation of a Theological Tradition by Richard A. Muller (2000)
  8. Reformers and the Theology of the Reformation. First Pub in 1862 (616p) by William Cunningham (1967)
  9. Dogmatic Theology by William Greenough Thayer Shedd (1969)
  10. The Providence of God (Contours of Christian Theology) by Paul Helm (1993)
  11. Pauline Eschatology by Geerhardus Vos (1972)
  12. Institutes of the Christian Religion by John Calvin (1960)
  13. A Theological Guide to Calvin's Institutes: Essays and Analysis (Calvin 500) by David W. Hall (2008)
  14. Introduction to Reformed Scholasticism by Willem J. van Asselt (1998)
  15. Redemptive History and Biblical Interpretation: The Shorter Writings of Geerhardus Vos by Geerhardus Vos (1980)

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