Oldenburger, Teunis. The Theodicy of Calvinism; or, The Problem of Evil and Sin; Including the Story of the Author's Conversion as a Unitarian. Calvin Press, 1934.
Stiff printed paper wrappers, 5 1/2 x 8, 32 pp., a few lines with corrections made to the text. Very good. Paperback. 
"The Theodicy of Calvinism is a poem on the problem of evil and sin that was originally intended to be written as plain prose but which very early in the course of its composition developed into a poem. The subject was assigned by one of my former professors of McCormick Seminary in the Department of Ethics and Philosophy as part of fulfilment of the work or the degree of Bachelor of Divinity. The poem includes the story of the author's conversion. Until his fourteenth year he lived and moved in Unitarian circles and attended the only Holland Unitarian Society in America, at Grand Rapids, Michigan. At the time of his conversion he was nineteen and an adherent of the Reformed Church in America." - from the Preface.
At the time this was published Rev. Oldenburger had the degrees of Th.M., and Th.D.
Although written as a poem, it is a somewhat scholarly treatment with 65 footnotes, with references to Bavinck, Beecher, Hodge, Dubbink, Nietzsche, Augustine, Jonathan Edwards, Calvin, and the Bible.