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Growing in the Gospel: Sound Doctrine for Daily Living (Combined)(VanVliet)

SKU 9780994805935


Do you want to delve into the riches of the gospel more deeply and live out of them more consistently? This hardcover, combined volume incorporates all the material of Growing in the Gospel Volumes 1-3. It explores the central truths of Scripture so that those who are already familiar with the basics of the Christian faith continue to grow in understanding the height, breadth, and depth of God's Holy Word. At the same time, 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 appropriate for adult Bible study groups, "College & Careers" study groups, adult education or post-confession classes, office bearer training, and personal spiritual enrichment. All major doctrines are covered and contents include discussion questions for study groups and a combined index to find topics easily.

Available formats: Volumes 1-3 (separate paperbacks); Volumes 1-3 (ebooks); Combined Volume containing all three volumes (hardback)


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Product Details

  • Cover Type: Hardcover 
  • 608 Pages 
  • Publication Date: 2016
  • ISBN: 9780994805935


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.

- Rev. William Boekestein, Immanuel Reformed Church, Kalamazoo, MI

Growing in the Gospel is written with the skill of a learned instructor who knows his field along with the heart of a pastor who knows how God’s people think, feel and wrestle with life’s issues. It’s conversational, at pew level.

Carefully crafted questions at the end of each chapter bring up real and relevant matters of 21st-century western believers. This excellent feature will be sure to stimulate energetic and up-building discussion.

-Rev. Peter Holtvluwer, Canadian Reformed Church, Spring Creek, ON


Jason Van Vliet (Th.D., Theological University of Apeldoorn, NL) has taught as the Professor of Dogmatics at the Canadian Reformed Theological Seminary since 2009. Before that he served as minister of the Word in two congregations: Vineyard Canadian Reformed Church in Lincoln, ON and Maranatha Canadian Reformed Church in Surrey, BC. Jason is married to his wife, Janet, and together they have been blessed with seven children.

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