The Family Tree of Reformed Biblical Theology: Vos and Owen
Barcellos, Richard C.
"Whether one's great interest is in serious Bible study, the history of hermeneutics, or Reformed theology or whether one has a preference for systematic theology or the redemptive-hiostorical approach to biblical interpretation, Richard Barcellos' excellent treatment of the hermeneutics of two of history greatest biblical scholars should be on your required reading shelf."See All
Richard W. Daniels
"For those who love Reformed biblical theology and Reformed systematic theology, this is a satisfying, happy book, providing for us a family tree of continuity from the Prince of the Puritans, John owen, to the father of REformed biblical theology, Geerhardus Vos."See All
Joel R. Beeke
The thesis of this study is that Geerhardus Vos' biblical-theological method should be viewed as a post-Enlightenment continuation of the pre-critical federal theology of seventeenth-century Reformed orthodoxy. Vos wrote in the context of the liberalism of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. His biblical-theological methodology was largely a resuscitation of the federal theology of seventeenth-century Reformed orthodoxy adapted to the times in which it was written.