Modern Reformed Systematics

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ClayPot

Puritan Board Sophomore
Just wondering if y'all wanted to help me list the recent Reformed (I mean that term broadly) Systematics, say 1990 on?

So far, I have:

Systematic Theology - Wayne Grudem
A New Systematic Theology of the Christian Faith - Robert Reymond
Systematic Theology - Morton Smith
The Whole Counsel of God (Vol 1 released) - Richard Gamble
Systematic Theology (Vol 1 released) - Douglas Kelly
The Christian Life - Michael Horton
 

jogri17

Puritan Board Junior
hmm Berkhof, Bavinck was reprinted adn translated recently, ConRefDog (Genderen, Velema- though note there are alot of typos and grammatical errors in it, but still worth consulting. modern dutch confessional reformed theology), and John Murray (vol 2 of his 4 volume collection is organized in traditional systematic form by topic, though note he never wrote a systematic theology. But if vol. 2 fonctions basically as one.Grudem relies heavilyon it in his).
 

N. Eshelman

Puritan Board Senior
I don't know if Gamble's is OFFICIALLY a Systematic. It is really a Biblical Theology- but if you are including both sides of the Theological Department, I would include it.
 

ClayPot

Puritan Board Sophomore
I don't know if Gamble's is OFFICIALLY a Systematic. It is really a Biblical Theology- but if you are including both sides of the Theological Department, I would include it.

I thought that it was Biblical Theology also (not having read it). But his faculty page (the one created by the university administration) said it's a Systematic, so I included it just to be safe.

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