Directions in the Study of Early Modern Reformed Thought
Given both the advances in understanding of early modern Reformed theology made in the last thirty years, the massive multiplication of available sources, the significant literature that has appeared in collateral fields, there is a series of highly promising directions for further study. These include archival research into the life, work, and interrelationships of various thinkers, contextual examination of larger numbers of thinkers, study of academic faculties, the interrelationships between theology, philosophy, science, and law, and the interactions positive as well as negative between different confessionalities.
Muller, Richard A., "Directions in the Study of Early Modern Reformed Thought" (2016). Seminary Faculty Publications. 17.