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GEERHARDUS VOS, OLD PRINCETON, AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF REFORMED BIBLICAL THEOLOGY IN HISTORICAL-THEOLOGICAL CONTEXT (4)

Part 1 is here. Part 2 is here. Part 3 is here. Vos’ Unique Contribution in Historical-Theological Perspective   There are at least four opinions as to Vos’ unique contribution to the Reformed theological tradition. The Methodological Unification of the Princeton Old Testament tradition with the Federal Theology of Reformed Orthodoxy   Wallace claims:   [W]hat is unique to Vos is the methodological unification of the Princeton Old Testament tradition  [ Read More ]

Introduction   To understand Vos’ contribution to Reformed biblical theology in historical-theological balance, it is important to understand the context in which he thought and wrote and the possible influences upon his biblical-theological method. We have already discussed his education. Certainly those formative years of theological study impacted him.But what about the context atPrinceton immediately antecedent to Vos’ professorship and illustrious career? Was there a form of biblical theology taking  [ Read More ]

Geerhardus Vos: life, ministry, impact

The Life of Geerhardus Vos   Vos’ somewhat mysterious life[1] began on March 14, 1862 in Heerenveen, Friesland, The Netherlands. His father, Rev. Jan Hendrick Vos, with German Old Reformed roots, was a pastor of six different congregations in the Netherlands before settling in Grand Rapids, Michigan, at the Christian Reformed Church. Here he served in his only long-term pastorate of nearly twenty years.[2] Geerhardus was educated in various schools  [ Read More ]

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