This unique-to-Logos resource contains the collected book and article reviews of Geerhardus Vos, taken from the Princeton Theological Review, the Presbyterian and Reformed Review, the American Journal of Theology, and the Princeton Review. With over 100 reviews published between 1889 and 1919, these analyses of important works demonstrate Vos’ commitment to academic scholarship, genuine Christian teaching, and the glorification of Christ in theological studies.
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Geerhardus J. Vos was a Dutch-American theologian. He was the first alumnus of Calvin College (then Theological School) to earn a doctoral degree. Vos studied Old Testament at Princeton Seminary and graduated with honors and accepted an invitation to hold Princeton’s new chair of biblical theology in 1892. He held the chair until his retirement in 1932. During his time at Princeton, he taught some of the great Reformed minds of the twentieth century, including John Gresham Machen and Ned Bernard Stonehouse. Vos was also an essential catalyst in the establishment of Biblical Theology as a discipline and represented the early theological thought as one of the premier Reformed thinkers of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, his Reformed Dogmatics is an important piece of Reformed theology. He passed away in 1949. Vos’ thinking and scholarship in theology has influenced Cornelius Van Til, John Murray, Richard B. Gaffin Jr., and Herman Ridderbos.