Comparing Luther and Calvin on Method

by Matt Frost

The next installment of the Methods course begins the class’ study of Calvin.  And having gone through Luther’s 95 Theses and touched on the Heidelberg Disputation last week, the class gets a lecture today about what makes for the differences in Luther and Calvin, as well as follow-up on what it means to be an “occasional” theologian.

Interesting to note, in connection with the Bicentennial Reflections sermon I posted this morning, that here we see a lot of the material Joe uses there in development as a commentary on the influence of Calvinism on American society.

Session 4, 1974-10-07 — Calvin: intro and Institutes

Enjoy!

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