One of the most colorful and eccentric professors in the history of Dordt College was Dr. E. L. Hebden Taylor. While he brilliantly developed a Reformed perspective in his unique brand of course materials, he was about as approachable as a prickly pear cactus. He was not distant in a negative way; it was just that his commitment to scholarship left little time or interest for interpersonal relationships with students.He is the author of:
- The New Legality: In the Light of the Christian Philosophy of Law (Craig Press/ P&R, 1967) available here as a pdf.
- Evolution and the Reformation of Biology (Craig Press, 1967) reviewed here.
- The Christian Philosophy of Law, Politics, and the State (Craig Press, 1969)
- The Reformational Understanding of Family and Marriage (Craig Press, 1970)
- Reformation or Revolution (Craig Press, 1970)
- The Origin and Nature of Modern Capitalism (Christian Studies Center, 1975)
- Economics, Money and Banking (Craig Press, 1978)
- The Reformation and the development of modern science Churchman vol 82 (2) (1968): 87-103.
- 'The death of the Lord' an interpretation His Dominion (Bracebridge, Ont.: The Society of St John The Evangelist) 1 May 1961.
- The state of British Christianity today Pro Rege June (1974) 17-22