Herman Bavinck
b. December 13, 1854 – d. July 29, 1921 • Reformed • Teacher • Theologian
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Bavinck, Herman
Bavinck, Herman (1854–1921)One of the most important Reformed theologians from the turn of the century who, together with Abraham Kuyper effected a revival of Dutch Reformed theology. Even outside Holland, Bavinck’s four-volume dogmatics is still influential. Additionally, Bavinck Published many other
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Bavinck, Herman
Bavinck, Herman (1854–1921). Dutch pastor who worked mainly as professor of dogmatic theology at the University of Leiden and the Seminary of Campen in Holland. With Abraham ⇒Kuyper, he led the neo-Calvinist movement of the Reformed Church of Holland. His principal work is Gereformeerde Dogmatiek, in
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Bavinck, Herman
Bavinck, Herman (1854–1921). A Dutch pastor and theologian contributing to the revival of *Reformed theology in the Dutch Reformed Church. After pastoring two years in Franeker, Bavinck taught *systematic theology at the Theological Seminary in Kampen and later the Free University of Amsterdam, where
Evangelical Dictionary of Theology
Bavinck, Herman
Bavinck, Herman (1854–1921). Alongside Abraham Kuyper, a leading theologian of the neo-Calvinist revival in the Dutch Reformed Church, still represented in North America by the Christian Reformed Church. Trained at the University of Leiden and the Theological Seminary at Kampen, Bavinck served a church
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Bavinck, Herman (1854–1921)
BAVINCK, HERMAN (1854–1921)In 1882 Herman Bavinck was appointed professor of dogmatic theology in the Reformed Seminary at Kampen, Netherlands. In 1902 he took the same chair in the Free University, Amsterdam, as the successor to Dr Abraham *Kuyper who had become prime minister. Bavinck was an outstanding
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Bavinck, Hermann
BAVINCK, HERMANN (1854–1921)Dutch systematic theologian of the Calvinist schoolBorn at Hoogeveen (the Netherlands), Bavinck received his theological training at the Kampen theological seminary and the University of Leiden (D.D., 1880). After a short pastorate in Franeker and a professorship at Kampen