Protestant Scholasticism

It is rumored that there exist decent anthologies of post-Reformation scholasticism, of both the Lutheran and Reformed variety. Does anyone know if such rumors are true?

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  1. TEA Says:

    Heinrich Heppe’s Reformed Dogmatics is the standard for the latter. Barth used it extensively. Pretty hard to get, though.

  2. MJA Bruce Says:

    Richard Muller, Post-Reformation Reformed Dogmatics, 4 Vols. (Baker: 2003).

    Robert Preus, The Theology of Post-Reformation Lutheranism, 2 Vols (Concordia, 1970-72).

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