Classics of the Christian Faith – Audio CD

Product SKU: CD943

Narrator: Max McLean
Publisher: Fellowship For The Performing Arts

This audio CD set contains five classic works from past Christian leaders narrated by actor and story teller Max McLean:

The Conversion of St. Augustine (397) – After the conversion of St. Paul, the dramatic conversion of St. Augustine – as he himself tells it in his Confessions – is the most significant conversion story in Christian history. (1 CD)

“Here I Stand” by Martin Luther (1521) – Luther was called to defend his writings against the established church. The explosive speech he delivered decisively altered the spiritual map of the Christian world. (1 CD)

The Pilgrim’s Progress by John Bunyan (1678) – “…as I slept I dreamed a dream.” So begins Bunyan’s beautiful and moving allegory of Christian, the Pilgrim, on his perilous journey to the Celestial City. (5 CDs)

“Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God” by Jonathan Edwards (1741) – The most famous and terrifying sermon ever preached on American soil by America’s most revered theologian. (1 CD)

“The Method of Grace” by George Whitefield (c. 1760) – Whitefield is considered one of the greatest evangelists of all time, whose fervent message helped transform America during The Great Awakening. (1 CD)

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