Dr. Dolf te Velde

Dr. Dolf te Velde

Assistant-Professor Historical Theology

e: dolf.tevelde@etf.edu

w: http://tukampen.academia.edu/DolfteVelde

Education, degrees
  • 2010: PhD in Theology (Dr. theol.), Theologische Universiteit Kampen, NL
  • 1998: Master of Theology (Drs. theol.), Theologische Universiteit Kampen, NL
Academic positions and teaching experience
  • 2015-present: Assistant Professor of Historical Theology, ETF Leuven
  • 2015-present Assistant Professor of Systematic Theology, Theologische Universiteit Kampen, NL
  • 2011-2014: Postdoctoral Research, Theologische Universiteit Kampen, NL
  • 2002-2007: Coordinator of Teaching Programs, Theologische Universiteit Kampen, NL
  • Student Fellowship H. Henry Meeter Center for Calvin Studies, Grand Rapids (VS)
  • 1998-2005: Research Assistant in Systematic Theology, Theologische Universiteit Kampen, NL
Academic memberships
  • Senior Research of NOSTER
  • Research Group “Early Modern Reformed Theology”, Theologische Universiteiten Kampen and Apeldoorn
  • Board member of the Research Group “Classic Reformed Theology”
  • Sixteenth Century Society and Conference
  • Calvin Studies Society
Selected Bibliography (since 1995)


Books

  • Volume editor of: Synopsis Purioris Theologiae / Synopsis of a Purer Theology. Latin Text and English Translation: Volume 1, Disputations 1-23, translated by Rimer A. Faber, edited by Willem J. van Asselt e.a. Studies in Medieval and Reformation Traditions 187; Text and Sources, 5. Brill: Leiden, 2014, 659 pp.
  • The Doctrine of God in Reformed Orthodoxy, Karl Barth, and the Utrecht School: A Study in Method and Content. Studies in Reformed Theology 25. Leiden: Brill, Leiden, 2013, 834 pp.
  • Paths Beyond Tracing Out: The Connection of Method and Content in the Doctrine of God, Examined in Reformed Orthodoxy, Karl Barth, and the Utrecht School. Delft: Eburon, 2010, 698 pp.
  • With Willem J. van Asselt and J. Martin Bac (eds.) Reformed Thought on Freedom: The
    Concept of Free Choice in the History of Early-Modern Reformed Theology. Texts and Studies in
    Reformation and Post-Reformation Thought. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2010, 272 pp.

Journal Articles and Book Chapters

  • With A. Vos e.a.: “Verkiezing en verwerping bij Johannes Duns Scotus: Een analyse van Ordinatio I 41.” Kerk en Theologie 65/3 (2014), 233-248.
  • “Uniek en universeel: de inhoud van Israëls Godsgeloof.” Theologia Reformata 57/4 (2014), 413-421.
  • “Eloquent Silence: The Doctrine of God in the Synopsis of Purer Theology.” Church History and
    Religious Culture 92.2 (2012), 581-608.
  • “‘Soberly and Skillfully’: John Calvin and Jerome Zanchi as Proponents of Reformed Doctrine.”
    Church History and Religious Culture 91.1-2 (2011), 59-71.
  • “Geloof op zoek naar inzicht: Johann Heinrich Heidegger (1632-1698) over de verhouding van geloof
    en denken.” In: A. Baars et al. (eds.). Charis. Opstellen aangeboden aan prof.dr. J.W. Maris. Heerenveen: Groen, 2008, 242-253.

Articles in Magazines

  • “Niet van gisteren: Gods Woord in het heden.” De Reformatie 89 (2013/2014), 158-160.
  • “De diepten van God.” De Reformatie 88 (2012/2013), 130-132.
  • Schriftstudie “Tasten naar God?” Nader Bekeken 19 (2012), 174-176.

Review Articles

  • “Geloof dat ertoe doet” (Review of: Maarten Wisse, Zo zou je kunnen geloven), De Reformatie 89 (2013/2014), 258-259.
  • Review in Zeitschrift für Dialektische Theologie (29/1, 128-130) on Robert B. Price,
    Letters of the Divine Word: The Perfections of God in Karl Barth’s Church Dogmatics. T&T Clark
    Studies in Systematic Theology 9. London – New York: T&T Clark, 2011.