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Presenting the limited edition of the medallion commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the death of Herman Bavinck. This exquisite artifact is cast in antique gold and is professionally minted according to exact specifications--51.5mm in diameter (4mm/85g).
Herman Bavinck (1854-1921), born in Hoogeveen, earned his doctorate at the University of Leiden, and was appointed to teach at the Kampen seminary founded by the Afscheiding churches--those reformed in 1834-1835 by Rev. H. de Kok. In Kampen, he labored for many years, also publishing his august Reformed Dogmatics, before joining Abraham Kuyper at the Free University of Amsterdam.
This commemorative medallion is commissioned on the centenary of the theologian-churchman 's home-going--arguably among the premier theologians in church history, in line with John Calvin and Wilhelmus a Brakel. With a renaissance of his writings in translation, the professor's legacy is preserved and promoted at the Dutch Reformed Translation Society and the Bavinck Institute.
The obverse side of the artifact depicts the revered theologian himself. The reverse side pictures the Theologische Universiteit Kampen, highlights his Magnalia Dei (The Wonderful Works of God), this Honderd Jaren (One Hundred Years) heirloom minted in the year of our Lord MMXXI, and Sola Scripture as a chief component of his celebrated theological contributions.
Delayed release due to COVID restrictions world-wide, this precious medallion is now available on a first-come-first served basis.
Legacy Package Includes:
> The Authentic Medallion in a premium Deluxe Brown Leather Showcase.
> Certificate of Authenticity
> A limited supply of transparent pedestals included while supplies last.
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