Theodore VanderGroe (1705-1784) is one of the last and most well-known representatives of the Dutch Further Reformation. He devoted fifty-four years of his life to faithful preaching and pastoral ministry, serving two Reformed churches in the Netherlands: Rijnsaterwoude for ten years and Kralingen for forty-four years. His numerous books convey a healthy balance of Reformed doctrine combined with a biblical form of pastoral spirituality. His involvement in various ecclesiastical controversies led him to write extensively on the essence and assurance of faith, justification, and the relationship of law and gospel. His sermons on the Heidelberg Catechism, published here for the first time, have long been regarded as his most important work.
"Biblical, Christ-centered, and experiential sermons--VanderGroe's exposition of the Heidelberg Catechism echoes the essence of the Reformation." -- Adriaan C. Neele, director of the doctoral program and professor of historical theology, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids, Michigan
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