One of the great problems in the study of post-Reformation Reformed orthodoxy (scholasticism) is the relative unavailability of primary sources. There is the Digital Library of Classic Protestant Texts, to which Westminster Seminary California blessedly has a subscription (thanks to our donors!). Now there is a new resource via the good folks at the Meeter Center at Calvin Theological Seminary: the Post-Reformation Digital Library. Some of these texts are in English, but many are not. For those of us whose vocation it is to teach Reformed theology and to study its history, this is a great day. Many thanks to Richard Muller, Jordan J. Ballor , Albert Gootjes, Todd Rester, and moderator David Sytsma for putting this together.