Louis Berkhof

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Louis Berkhof (1873-1957)—an American Reformed theologian born in Drenthe province of the Netherlands and emigrated to the United States with his parents in 1882, settling in Grand Rapids, Michigan, where Berkhof would spend, apart from his education, the rest of his life.

Berkhof's work emphasized that all initiative, virtue, and certainty reside with God, while all the opposite resides with humanity.[1]


External links


  1. Dictionary of the Presbyterian & Reformed Tradition in America, D.G. Hart, Mark A. Noll (eds.), Intervarsity Press, 1999, pp.32-33