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The Glory of Grace (Boekestein)

SKU ‎ 9781601781918


The Story of the Canons of Dort


An important confession of the reformed churches for hundreds of years, the Canons of Dort teach clearly that salvation is by grace alone through Christ alone. yet some people may find it an intimidating document and wonder why it was even written. In The Glory of Grace, William Boekestein and Evan Hughes help our children understand the difficult challenges the churches in the Netherlands faced in the Arminians’ distortion of the gospel message. In this story about the Synod of Dort (1618), children will learn about the history and ideas that formed the Canons of Dort and come to a greater appreciation of this great treasure of the reformed faith and its emphasis on the glory of god in graciously saving sinners.


  • Author: William Boekestein
  • Pages: 32
  • Hardcover
  • Published in 2012


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Customer Review

Good for kids and adults!

This book is awesome. It presents the real history in a very concise and easy way, so the little ones can enjoy the story and, at the same time, it grabs the parents' attention. I highly recommend it!

Product Details:

  • Hardcover:  32 pages
  • Published:  2012
  • ISBN : ‎ 9781601781918
  • Author:  William Boekestein


  • William Boekestein is the pastor of Immanuel Fellowship Church in Kalamazoo, Michigan.

    He received his B.A. at Kuyper College and his M.Div. at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary. He has worked in residential construction and taught at a Christian school for several years. He and his wife have four children.



  • "Believers who cherish the biblical teaching of salvation by grace alone through the work of Christ alone will be pleased with the publication of this book. William Boekestein has done a fine service for children and their parents (and, I might add, grandparents) who want their children to know the story of the preservation of this teaching by the great Synod of Dort in the early seventeenth century. May this book serve well in 'shewing to the generation to come the praises of the lord, and his strength, and his wonderful works that he has done' (Ps. 78:4)." --Cornelis P. Venema
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