The Bible in Church History
One of the exciting stories of history is the growth and development of the church’s understanding of the Bible. The Bible in Church History explores this rich theme. Each message focuses on a key individual, whose appreciation for and teaching of the Bible shaped an important period of church history. Iranaeus of Lyons represents the Early Church, John Calvin represents the Reformation Church, William Perkins represents the Puritan movement in England and Scotland, and Herman Bavinck and the Amsterdam School provide a lens on the challenges and insights of the modern Reformed church. Together, these four messages unfold the story of the Church and the Bible, with some of its key advances and some missteps, so that we can better understand the precious treasure of His Word that God has placed into our hands. Speakers include Ligon Duncan, Mark Dever, Philip Ryken, and Carl Trueman.
(4 messages on 4 CDs)