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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.
"Those interested in Reformed Theology, in particular issues of theological method, are indebted to Barcellos for this most welcome and helpful study." -Richard Gaffin, Jr.
"Congratulations and gratitude are due to Dr. Richard Barcellos for giving us this wide-ranging, detailed study of the history of biblical theology. With this substantial contribution Dr. Barcellos has put both the academy and the pulpit deeply in his debt." - Sinclair B. Ferguson
" For those who love Reformed biblical theology and Reformed systematic theology, this is a satisfying, happy book, providing us a family tree of continuity from the prince of the Puritans, John Owen, to the father of Reformed biblical theology, Geerhardus Vos." - Joel R. Beeke