Bernardinus De Moor's
De Moor's Didactico-Elenctic Theology is in some ways ideal for advanced theological reading and study.
1. it was written at the very end of the apex of theological thought in the history of the Post-Apostolic Church, that is, the Second Reformation.
2. De Moor takes full advantage of his position in history, going to some lengths to gather the Church's most important thinkers and sources for each theological topic; his Work is a veritable "Who's Who" of the theological science.
3. De Moor is a consummately Biblical thinker, and an extraordinarily capable exegete, grounding his theology securely in the text of Scripture.
4. Composed in seven volumes, De Moor's treatment is very full.
Volume 4, "Concerning God," should be in print in early October, 2019. At more than 400 pages, from one of the great scholars and thinkers of the age, this is a significant contribution, both to the Doctrine of God, and to the study of Protestant Scholasticism.
This hard cover volume will retail at $60. Pre-order now at the special low price of $50.