John Calvin (1509 to 1564) is considered by many church historians to be the greatest theologian after Augustine. Superbly educated, creative, and devoted, his teachings have influenced every aspect of modern Christian faith and life. Born in France, Calvin is best defined by his work in Switzerland, where he shaped his enduring ideals for Christian faith, government, and lifestyle. Setting forth his beliefs in The Institutes of the Christian Religion, he built a far-reaching doctrinal system that highlights God's glory and sovereignty. In this short biography, you will meet a man with a passion for finding and living the truth without compromise.
Dr. William Lindner, Jr. holds a D.Min. inrenewal,withan emphasis on the ministry of Andrew Murray. A pastor in the Evangelical Presbyterian Church, he lives in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan, with his wife and three children.
Unabridged. 3 CDs. 3 hours.
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