J. G. Vos on biblical doctrines as part of an organic system

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Reformed Covenanter

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It should always be borne in mind that the doctrines of the Bible form a system. They are not a miscellaneous collection of isolated truths, but an organism. Each part of a doctrine is related to the whole doctrine, and each doctrine is related to all the other doctrines.

The student should seek not merely to grasp the individual doctrines (such as the doctrine of creation, the doctrine of Christ’s two natures, or the doctrine of sanctification, for example), but to see how each of these is related to other doctrines and how each fits into its proper place in the divinely revealed system of truth.

For the reference, see J. G. Vos on biblical doctrines as part of an organic system.
 

Taylor

Puritan Board Senior
I see Daniel you reference the original study. Vos' work is now available as a book - a full commentary on the WLC. I love this work.
It really is very good. I loved it so much that I took the book to UPS, had the spine sliced off, and I scanned it into a searchable PDF form so I could easily research using it.
 
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