Relation of Biblical & Systematic Theology
Order of Contents
Warfield, B.B. – ‘The Idea of Systematic Theology’ in The Presbyterian & Reformed Review, vii (1896), pp. 243-71 Also in Studies in Theology (Oxford, 1932), pp. 49-87
Murray, John – ‘Systematic Theology’ in Collected Writings of John Murray, vol. 4 (Banner of Truth, 1982), pp. 1-21 Originally published as two articles in Westminster Theological Journal 25, 2 (May, 1963), pp. 133-42 and WTJ 26, 1 (Nov., 1963), pp. 33-46
Gaffin, Jr., Richard B.
‘Systematic Theology & Biblical Theology’ in The New Testament Student & Theology, vol. 3 of The New Testament Student, ed. John H. Skilton (P&R, 1976), pp. 32-50
‘The Vitality of Reformed Dogmatics’ in eds. J. M. Batteau, J. W. Maris & K. Veling, The Vitality of Reformed Theology: Proceedings of the International Theological Congress, June 20-24th 1994, Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands (Kampen: Uitgeverij Kok, 1994), pp. 16-50
Warfield, B.B. – The Right of Systematic Theology (Edinburgh: T&T Clark, 1897) 90 pp. no ToC Intro by James Orr
In the Middle Ages
Colish, Marcia L. – ‘Systematic Theology’ in ch. 21, ‘The Twelfth Century: the Logica Modernum & Systematic Theology’ in Medieval Foundations of the Western Intellectual Tradition, 400-1400 in The Yale Intellectual History of the West (Yale Univ. Press, 1997), pp. 277-88
On the 1800’s to 1900’s
Irons, Lee – ‘Biblical & Systematic Theology: A Digest of Reformed Opinion on Their Proper Relationship’ (2007) 30 paragraphs
Irons surveys the views of Warfield, G. Vos, J. Murray and R. B. Gaffin before giving his own brief reflections.
Szabados, Adam – ‘Systematic Theology as Science: B. B. Warfield’s Idea of Systematic Theology’ (2010) 18 pp.
This appears to be a seminary paper.
Voget, Albert – ch. 3, ‘Of the Systematic Method that ought to be Used to Derive Supernatural Theology out of Sacred Scripture’ in Institutions of Christian Theology (Gronigen, 1736), Preliminary Part, pp. 66-70
Voget (1695-1771) was a reformed professor of theology at Gronigen and Utrecht. According to Wikipedia he tried to combine the theologies of Cocejus and Voetius.
Chladenius, Martin – Sacred Logic, or an Introduction to Systematic Theology (Coburg, 1745) 554 pp. ToC
Chladenius was a Lutheran.
On Theology, or the Study of God