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Preaching Like Calvin Preaching Like Calvin

Sermons From the 500th Anniversary Celebration

by Hall, David W., Editor

Not only was John Calvin a magisterial theologian and one of the great transformative forces of modern history, he also was a consummate preacher who delivered over two thousand sermons in St. Pierre’s Cathedral in Geneva, Switzerland, where he laboured from 1536 until his death in 1564. What better way to celebrate the 500th anniversary of Calvin’s birth and his towering legacy to the church than by gathering sixteen of the preeminent Reformed pastors of our day to preach commemorative sermons in St. Pierre’s! The book faithfully presents the text of these sermons. Reading the sermons shows how Calvin’s theology grew from a clear understanding of the Bible—an understanding and a theology that are alive and well in the church today. Peter A. Lillback, President, Westminster Theological Seminary, writes: "Calvin’s impact on the Reformation is indisputable. Many see his imprimatur on Western Civilization to this day. These sermons by Reformed preachers manifest his abiding influence on Biblical preaching as well. Read, study and meditate on these Calvinistic sermons in Preaching Like Calvin: Sermons from the 500th Anniversary Celebration, and grow in your love for our Sovereign God who gave us His eternal Word and godly leaders like Calvin who taught us to see God’s saving grace in Christ throughout the whole of the Scriptures." The sermons are by Joel R. Beeke, Iain D. Campbell, Bryan Chapell, Edward Donelly, J. Ligon Duncan, Sinclair B. Ferguson, W. Robert Godfrey, David W. Hall, Martin Holdt, Hywell Jones, Steven J. Lawson, Peter Lillback, Henry Luke Orombi, Philip Graham Ryken, Derek W.H. Thomas, Geoffrey Thomas.

Paperback, 240 pages, Index of Scripture; Index of Subjects and Names,

USD 17.95 / CAD 24.95

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