The very nice folk at Logos have arranged a copy of Richard Muller’s indescribably important 4 volume Post Reformation Reformed Dogmatics to appear in my Logos Library (for which I am grateful and appreciative).
A major study reevaluating the primary sources of the post-Reformation, Richard Muller’s mammoth 4-volume Post-Reformation Reformed Dogmatics chronicles the development of Reformed theology and documents the rise of Protestant orthodoxy. These volumes contain some of the most important treatments on the theological history of the Reformation, including:
- The formation of Reformed prolegomena
- The relationship between Scripture and theology
- The development of the Reformed doctrine of God
- The Reformed understanding of the doctrine of the Trinity
Contending that the theology of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries is often misrepresented in church histories and scholarly treatments, Richard Muller has undertaken an exhaustive study of specific doctrines to demonstrate how doctrine developed in the early Protestant period. Muller writes out of the firm conviction that “a detailed study of Protestant thought in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries is. . . a subject of direct relevance to the life and work of the church today as it attempts to understand itself in the light of its past and formulate its theology in the present.”
My quest to urge Baker Academic to reissue a print edition shall, however, remain active. For one simple reason: people without computers should have the chance to make use of this extraordinary resource.