ISBN: 0886660173

Epistle to the Colossians

by: W.G. de Vries
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The church at Colossae was suffering from false teachings. The Holy Spirit, through Paul, refutes these heresies, and sets forth the majesty and glory of the Lord. The deceptive emptiness of human philosophy is contrasted with the fullness and sufficiency of Christ. Finally, Paul cites the faith and experiences of his readers and encourages them to live as members of Christ. 10 Outlines; no questions included.


Books of W.G. de Vries

ISBN: 0886660173
Publisher: The Study
Publish Date: 1972, reprint 1997
Page Count: 61

Meet the Author

W.G. de Vries

Dr. de Vries was born in the Netherlands in 1926. He studied at the Theological University of the Gereformeerde Kerken in Kampen, the Netherlands. He was ordained minister of the Word in 1951 and served five congregations successively. He retired in July 1992. In February 1974, the author obtained his doctorate from the Theological University in Kampen.

  1. Coosje Helder

    This little booklet is small but packs a punch. Deep exposition of text in terms of what it means for us, as elect children. Goes right down into the heart. I give it a four because it isn’t very attractive but for content I would give it a five.