Though probably not one of the top 10 most popular books on Reformed Dogmatics, G. H. Kersten (d. 1948; an influential leader early in the history of the Netherlands Reformed Church [the Gereformeerde Gemeenten]) wrote a helpful two volume work, Reformed Dogmatics: A Systematic Treatment of Reformed Doctrine trans. J. R. Beeke and J. C. Weststrate (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1980). This work was completed by Kersten in 1947. Though I haven’t yet read both volumes (which are not too tedious or lengthy), I noticed that the section on the Covenant of Works sounds just like an earlier Dutchman, W. a Brakel (d. 1711) (and, of course, as I showed earlier, Bavinck and Kuyper). This robust affirmation of the CoW is found throughout Dutch Reformed history:
“The right doctrine of the covenants is of very great significance for the church, both of the covenant of works and of the covenant of grace, as was very clearly evident recently when that covenant-enervating [weakening, debilitating] doctrine was again brought to the fore [perhaps Kersten is referring to Schilder here]. Both of these covenants of which Scripture speaks are in an unbreakable relationship to each other. Who then will rightly understand the covenant of grace if he does not know the covenant of works? Who can rightly speak of Christ that does not teach the truth about Adam?”
More: “From olden days all the Reformed have seen the great significance of the pure doctrine of the covenants, and stressed it with all their power.”
Both quotes taken from volume I, page 192.