Thursday, March 22, 2012

Audio Books of Martin Luther and John Calvin

Commentary on St. Paul's Epistle to the Galatians by Martin Luther

The Large Catechism by Martin Luther

The Small Catechism by Martin Luther

The Smalcald Articles by Martin Luther

Before the Diet of Worms by Martin Luther – 00:07:34 
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Read by: T. Wellington


From Heaven Above To Earth I Come by Martin Luther (1483-1546)(Trans. Catherine Winkworth (1827-1878)) – 00:03:45 
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 Christmas Carol For Children by Martin Luther (1483-1546) – 00:02:02 
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Ninety-Five Theses by Martin Luther; translated by R. S. Grignon – 00:35:12 
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John Calvin Completed works

  1. Calvin, John. "Dedication of The Institutes of the Christian Religion" (in "Prefaces and Prologues to Famous Books") · (readers)
  2. Calvin, John. "General Syllabus" (in "Prefaces and Prologues to Famous Books") · (readers)
  3. Calvin, John. "Institutes of the Christian Religion, Book 1" · (readers)
  4. Calvin, John. "Institutes of the Christian Religion, Book 2" · (readers)
  5. Calvin, John. "Institutes of the Christian Religion, Book 3" · (readers)
  6. Calvin, John. "Institutes of the Christian Religion, Book 4" · (readers)


3 comments:

Ken said...

Very interesting listening to the Preface of Calvin's Institutes to the King of France. I never realized Calvin wrote that intro of his Institutes to the King of France.

http://www.ccel.org/ccel/calvin/institutes.ii.viii.html

Footnote 34 of the Preface would be interesting to find:

xvi. Paphnut. Tripart. Hist. lib. 2 cap. 14.
What does it mean?

James Swan said...

From the Battles translation:

Sozomen (Ecclesiastical History 1:23) records that Paphnutius the
Confessor, an ardent ascetic, swayed the decision of the Council of Nicaea (325) against requiring clerical celibacy by the declaration here reported. Calvin probably used Cassiodorus’ text, op. cit., 2. 14 (MPL
69. 933; tr. NPNF 2 ser. 2. 256).

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