John Calvin and the Theology of the Family

In Church, Culture, Family, History, Scripture on August 12, 2009 at 7:50 pm


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This year has marked the 500th anniversary of the birth of John Calvin. In recent weeks we have looked at his life and legacy from a number of angles. This is the final feature in my series on John Calvin, looking at how the reformation changed the way the church and society looked at the family.

Scott Brown, director of the National Center for Family Integrated Churches, is the author of: Family Reformation: The Legacy of Sola Scriptura in Calvin’s Geneva (Merchant Adventurers, 2009).

He is offering copies of the book at a 50% savings if you order Wednesday or Thursday through the website.

  1. Would love to be able to download these programs to mp3.


    • I have added a link to my sidebar of where the features can be downloaded. I’ll see what I can do about embedding it into my posts here, but in the meantime, if you go to http://ebenim.libsyn.com/ you can download them there.

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