7 volumes, (20) 1034 (6), (16) 1087 (5), (24) 1173 (2), (8) 912 (4), (12) 828 (4), (22) 970 (14), (4, CXXVI, 4) 181 (7) 93 (1) p. Contemporary blind-stamped Vellum with 5 raised bands, 4° (The first and only edition of this commentary on Johannes à Marcks dogmetic compendium by the Dutch Reformed theologian Bernardinus de Moor, 1709-1780. In this work of seven volumes De Moor classified and combined material from the Reformed dogmatics, produced by his predecessors at Utrecht and Leiden into a whole. The Commentarius gives an all-round description of theology and has the character of an extensive and comprehensive handbook for theology. The primary task for this work was to lend an overview of the clearest expositions for each theological topic and turned out to be the most comprehensive dogmatic text that was ever published in the Netherlands. A firm and complete set.)
Commentarius Perpetuus in Johannis Marckii Compendium theologiae christianae didactico – elencticum.
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