Heidelberg Diary, The: Daily Devotions on the Heidelberg Catechism
What is your only comfort in life and death? The Heidelberg Catechism begins with this powerful, personal question, and proceeds from there through the doctrine and experience of what it means to belong to the Lord Jesus Christ. In The Heidelberg Diary, Willem Ouweneel offers the reader 365 daily meditations that consider the entire text of the catechism.
Discover and participate in the rich tradition of one of the earliest and most influential guides to Christian life and doctrine of the Reformation era.
The Heidelberg Diary is a book to turn to day after day, year after year, to encounter the truths of Scripture and the living, personal, triune God who inspires it.
Willem J. Ouweneel is Professor Emeritus of Philosophy and Systematic Theology at the Evangelical Theological Faculty, Leuven, Belgium. He holds PhD degrees in Biology (University of Utrecht, 1970), Philosophy (Free University in Amsterdam, 1986) and Theology (University of the Orange Free State in Bloemfontein, 1993). A well-known evangelical speaker and debater, Dr. Ouweneel’s many books include The World is Christ’s: A Critique of Two Kingdoms Theology and The Heidelberg Diary: Daily Devotions on the Heidelberg Catechism. He resides in the Netherlands.
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