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Conclusion And Prospect

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Chapter Summary

This is the concluding chapter of the book, which presents a study that addresses the post-Reformation Reformed concern for right doctrine and piety. In particular, the study concentrates on the method and piety in the Theoretico-practica theologia (TPT) of Petrus van Mastricht. The order of the conclusion follows the order of the four parts of the study. Part I presents a more detailed account of the life and work of Mastricht than has previously been identified. Part II demonstrates that for Mastricht theology is a matter of faith. Part III shows that method and piety are, in the doctrine of God of the TPT, not bifurcations but integrally related in Mastricht's theology. Part IV illumines that the overall approach of Mastricht to theology leads to some distinctive results.

Keywords: Petrus van Mastricht; post-Reformation Reformed theology; Theoretico-practica theologia (TPT)

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