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Natural Theology (Vos)

SKU 9781601789082


Biblical and natural theology may not appear to mix, but the two actually do belong together. Vos's reputation as the father of contemporary biblical theology is not negated by his earlier teaching of natural theology, appearing here for the first time in English.

Gathered from source material found in the Heritage Hall archives at Calvin Seminary and University, these are the earliest notes of Vos's lectures on natural theology. They demonstrate his understanding of Reformed orthodox approaches as well as extensive knowledge of contemporary developments in the subject.

The present volume could be regarded as, and may have formed, a partial introduction to Reformed Dogmatics since it lacks a prolegomenon and because Natural Theology discusses religion and the proofs for the existence of God.


  • Author: Geerhardus Vos
  • Pages: 106
  • Hardcover
  • Published in 2022


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  • Hardcover:  106 pages
  • Published:  2022
  • ISBN : ‎ 9781601789082
  • Author:  Geerhardus Vos


  • Geerhardus Vos (1862-1949) was born in the Netherlands and emigrated to the USA in 1881. He earned degrees from Calvin Theological Seminary, Princeton Theological Seminary, and the University of Strasbourg (PhD in Arabic). In 1894 he was ordained as a minister in the Presbyterian Church in the USA. Before beginning a thirty-nine year tenure on Princeton's faculty, he was professor of systematic and exegetical theology at Calvin Theological Seminary.


  • "At the nexus of Kuyper, Bavinck, and Warfield stands Vos. To Vos's Biblical Theology and Reformed Dogmatics, add a third must-read work to your reading list. Now for the first time in English, this critical translation is necessary to understand Vos's reception, contribution to, and development of Reformed theology in response to philosophies deeply shaping the modern period. Vos's questions and answers on natural theology will and should inspire further research, deliberation, and discussion." -- Todd M. Rester, associate professor of church history, Westminster Theological Seminary

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