Klaas Jan Popma (1903-1986) was part of the second generation of reformational scholars. He was born in The Hague. From 1928-1955 he taught classical languages in Gymnasium (high school). He received his doctorate in classical languages from University of Leiden in 1931, his supervisor was B A Groningen.
From 1954 he held the Chair of Reformational philosophy in Utrecht and Groningen. He retired in 1974.
Popma was succeeded at Utrecht and Groningen by Jan Dengerink.
A full bibliography of Popma by L. Derksen and A. M. Petersen (Uitgave Filosofosch Instituit VU, 1977) is available here [pdf - off site]
Some of his work, in Dutch, is available here
1903 born in The Hague, Netherlands.
1928-1955 taught classical languages in Gymnasium (high school) in Apeldoorn.
1931 received doctorate in classical languages from University of Leiden.
1936 Classical, human, and cynic published in Philosophia Reformata.
1954 Chair of Christian philosophy in Utrecht and Groningen.
1936. 'Classical, human, and cynic' Philosophia Reformata
1988. A Battle for Righteousness: The Message of the Book of Job, transl. J. Van Meggelen (Originally published by Essence: Ontario)
1973. Patristic evaluation of culture Philosophia Reformata 38 (1973), p. 97-113.
Levensbeschouwing (View of Life) - a seven-volume reflection on the Heidelberg Catechism