I’m sure that many who read this blog have read part or all of Richard Muller’s Post-Reformation Reformed Dogmatics. In that work, Richard Muller describes Bernhardus De Moor as follows:
De Moor’s efforts did for late Reformed orthodoxy what the massive system of Quenstedt did for Lutheranism in the concluding years of the seventeenth century: the work was so exhaustive and so complete in its detail and bibliography that it virtually ended the development of Reformed doctrine in the form of orthodox system (volume 1, p. 83).
My friend Wes White has updated his Google bibliography, and I am happy to announce that four of the seven volumes of Bernhardus De Moor’s Commentarius Perpetuus in Johannis Marckii Compendium Theologiae Christianae Didactico-Elencticum (now there’s a mouthful of Latin!) are now available (volumes 4-7). Just follow the links on Wes’s website. It is only a matter of time before the first three volumes become available.