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    Calvin's Sermons on the Psalms

    To the best of my knowledge in English only Calvin's sermon on 119 is available in print today. I came across his Sermons on the Psalms (1580) in English today. Talk about priceless!
    Andrew

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    Andrew,

    Is this in E-text format?
    Brian Bowman
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    His sermon on Psalm 119 is available on this CD and in hardback here.

    As far as I can tell, this is only Psalm sermon by John Calvin available today in print or electronic form.
    Andrew

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    Originally posted by VirginiaHuguenot
    To the best of my knowledge in English only Calvin's sermon on 119 is available in print today. I came across his Sermons on the Psalms (1580) in English today. Talk about priceless!
    What was there policy on digital scanning? I'll meet you there some weekend and we could scan til we dropped!
    Chris Rhoades -33
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    Vera theologia non theoretica, sed practica est; Finis siquidem eius agere est hoc est vitam vivere deiformem. - Martin Bucer
    ""True theology is not theoretical, but practical. The end of it is living, that is to live a godly life."

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    Originally posted by crhoades
    Originally posted by VirginiaHuguenot
    To the best of my knowledge in English only Calvin's sermon on 119 is available in print today. I came across his Sermons on the Psalms (1580) in English today. Talk about priceless!
    What was there policy on digital scanning? I'll meet you there some weekend and we could scan til we dropped!
    Andrew

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