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Growing in the Gospel Growing in the Gospel

Sound Doctrine for Daily Living

by Van Vliet, Dr. Jason

Do you want to delve into the riches of the gospel more deeply… and live out of them more consistently? In this three-volume set author Dr. Jason Van Vliet of the Canadian Reformed Theological Seminary explores the central truths of Scripture in such a way that those who are already familiar with the basics of the Christian faith can continue to grow in understanding the height, breadth, and depth of God’s Holy Word. At the same time, these volumes are not merely about doctrine. Our God gave us sound doctrine for daily living. Thus, each chapter draws connections to everyday life as it is experienced by moms and dads, teens and young adults, married and unmarried, as well as people who are healthy, sick, happy, and distressed—in short, real people living real lives in a really broken world. Growing in the Gospel is deemed appropriate for: adult Bible study groups, “College & Careers” study groups, adult education or post-confession classes, office bearer training, and, not least, personal spiritual enrichment. The book features discussion questions for study groups, lists a combined index to find topics easily and covers all major doctrines. "Growing in the Gospel is classic reformed theology-not theoretical speculation, not the author's unique spin on accepted categories, not personal opinions whitewashed with proof texts, but historically confessed reformation Christianity. Some otherwise sound systematic theologies resist recommendation either for being too technical, too dry, or too niche. This book is none of these. Here is theology that exudes deep reverence toward, and child-like trust in, a good and faithful Father. In this book readers will find accessible-almost conversational-reformed theology. Not theology-lite but deep doctrine simply explained and connected to life. Growing in the Gospel is a word-about-God spoken not from a lectern, nor even from a pulpit, but from around a dinner table. With pastoral sensitivity and scriptural capability, Van Vliet engages sincere questions, challenging objections, and real, wrestling issues. With God's help, readers will come away from this book with a greater confidence in Scripture and a more hopeful, thoughtful trust in our great God." -Rev. William Boekestein, Immanuel Reformed Church, Kalamazoo, MI "What you will find here is material that is clearly written, practically illustrated, and biblically sound. All those who work their way through it and its questions will receive a richer and deeper understanding of what it means to believe and confess the Reformed faith." -Dr. James Visscher, Canadian Reformed Church, Langley, BC

Paperback, 590 pages, The book has been published in a 3-set volume and in a hardcover volume. Please indicates which you prefer.

USD 43.95 / CAD 54.95

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