The Christian Family, Buy 168 pages
The Doctrine of God, Buy 407 pages
Essays on Religion and Society, Buy 304 pages
Our Reasonable Faith, Buy 1956, 576 pages, a one volume popular digest of Bavinck’s four volume Reformed Dogmatics
Reformed Dogmatics, 4 volumes, Buy 3,024 pages
A major contribution to systematic theology from the Dutch church. Bavinck is always careful, balanced and historical in his treatment of Biblical doctrines. You won’t go wrong with him. Put down your modern systematic theologies and read a real theologian.
Use these meditations to prepare for the Lord’s Supper and to improve from it afterwards.
Saved by Grace: the Holy Spirit’s Work in Calling and Regeneration, Buy 230 pages
An important work against today’s popular error of Presumptive Regeneration. Bavinck wrote this in critique of his fellow contemporary Dutch leader, Abraham Kuyper, the father of Neo-Calvinism. For a further analysis and critique of Neo-Calvinism, which has greatly influenced the modern American church (reformed and not reformed), read William Young’s article here.
Chapters from Books
On the Judgment, entitled The Covenant of Grace, from Our Reasonable Faith, 1956, ch. 14
Creation, from Our Reasonable Faith, excerpts from p. 170-173
The Divine and Human Natures of Christ, no date or source info
The Divine Trinity, no date or source info
On General Revelation, from his Reformed Dogmatics, 1:321-322
The Greatness of God, from Our Reasonable Faith, 1956, p. 132-134
The Knowledge of God, from Our Reasonable Faith, 1956, p. 24-26
The Greatness and Miserableness of Man, from Our Reasonable Faith, 1956, p. 22-23
The Present State of the World, from Our Reasonable Faith, 1956, p. 44-45
The Origin, Essence and Purpose of Man, no date or source info
Supralapsarianism and Infralapsarianism, no date or source info
An important study in its own right, but also in light of the popular denial of Common Grace by some today.
Bavinck the Dogmatician: Human Nature, the Image of God, by Dr. Cornelis P. Venema, from The Outlook, Jan./Feb., 2012, vol. 62, No.1
Biographical Note: Herman Bavinck, 1922, 9. 214, four pages, by Rev. Johannes J. Jansen, D.D., De Bilt, Holland