The Writings of John Calvin: An Introductory Guide

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Westminster John Knox Press, 2008 - 253 pages
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An indispensable resource for the study of John Calvin, this book guides readers through the many writings of the great Genevan reformer. In this expanded edition, Wulfert de Greef explores the historical background of Calvin's writings while providing helpful insights into the individual texts themselves. A biography of Calvin, which focuses on the main events of his life and the people with whom he dealt, is an added feature of this highly useful reference work.


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Wulfert de Greef heads an organization to promote Reformation studies in the Netherlands. He received his Ph.D. degree from the University of Utrecht.

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