Berkhof Introductory Volume to Systematic Theology

This is a separate volume from Berkhof’s systematic but serves as a prolegomena for it. In it he defines the concept of dogmatic theology, theology, apologetics, ethics, and science. He also explains the Reformed doctrine of revelation and inspiration.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Preface

The Idea and History of Dogmatic Theology

I. Names Applied to the Systematic Presentation of Theology

II. The Nature of Dogmas

III. The Idea of Dogmatic Theology

IV. The Task, Method, and Distribution of Dogmatics

V. History of Dogmatics

The Principia of Dogmatics

I. Principia in General

II. Religion

III. The Principium Cognoscendi Externum (Revelation)

IV. The Inspiration of Scripture

V. The Principium Cognoscendi Internum

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