A ground-breaking English examination of the objective-subjective dynamic in the theology of three 20th century representatives of Dutch secession theology. Part One sets them in their historical, ecclesiastical, and biographical context. Part Two treats their understanding of theological study, covenant theology, Christ's accomplishment and application of salvation, and the relation between Scripture and experience. Part Three covers Scriptural, Christological, Experiential, and Covenantal Preaching. This study shows that the ultimate goal of these three professors of the Theological School of the Christelijke Gereformeerde Kerken in Apeldoorn was to see living churches, founded on the firm ground of truth and nourished by the pure rain of the Holy Spirit. Kranendonk not only helps us understand the theological roots of the Free Reformed Churches but also challenges the Reformed community today to further this aim.
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