The Appeal to the Inner Testimony of the Spirit, especially in H. Bavinck

in Journal of Reformed Theology
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Abstract

“The Reformation took—deliberately and freely—its position in the religious subject.” In this article, the argument is made that Bavinck has not formulated a strong position with this statement; but rather, a dubious starting point for Reformed theology. The question is whether this thesis, with its focus on the subject, can still be maintained in this manner within the current ecumenical situation, or whether it is imperative that it be adjusted.

The Appeal to the Inner Testimony of the Spirit, especially in H. Bavinck

in Journal of Reformed Theology

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