Witsius on the Apostles' Creed is a great treasure. I, for one, am excited that it should be in the hands of Christian people today.
-Sinclair B. Ferguson,
Senior Minister of first Presbyterian Church in Columbia, South Carolina
Herman Witsius was one of the most prominent Reformed theologians of the second half of the seventeenth century. As a covenant theologian and a foremost representative of the Dutch Further Reformation, he was a theologian of synthesis. Based on Scripture and Reformed confessional standards, he sought reconciliation between the followers of Gisbertus Voetius and Johannes Cocceius. Witsius's influence extended beyond the borders of the Netherlands into English and especially Scottish theology. As in most of Witsius's works, Sacred Dissertations on the Apostles' Creed combines the practice of piety with sound theological method. The reprint of this work will contribute to a better understanding of one of the founding fathers of Reformed orthodoxy and it will encourage a living Reformed theology today.
-Willem J. van Asselt,