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John Calvin: Nonconformist It should be noted that John Calvin (10 July, 1509 ‚Äď 27 May, 1564), like all the Protestant Reformers, was a nonconformist. The reason why the Protestant Reformers were nonconformists is because they opposed popery since popery is rebellion against The Lord. John Calvin was a great Protestant Reformer worth commemorating in times like these.
Phil Dufour (6/17/2018)
from Ontario, Canada
Excellent Reader This is the kind of recording that I expect from Still Waters Revival Books. The audio is high quality and the reader isn't mechanically reading, but really expresses what he's reading.
I also believe that a strong male voice is much better than a soft female voice, especially when listening to theology. And if the text being read was originally written or preached by a man, then let a man speak in the place of his brother. In theatre, a woman is not cast to play a man. The same rule should apply to audio books and sermons. To listen, for example, to John Bunyan read by a woman, isn't like hearing from Bunyan. A British or Scottish reader would also be a breath of fresh air if someone like Spurgeon or Knox were read. :-)
This man, undoubtedly the greatest of Protestant divines, and perhaps, after St. Augustine, the most perseveringly followed by his disciples of any Western writer on theology, was born at Noyon in Picardy, France, 10 July, 1509, and died at Geneva, 27 May, 1564.