Calvin: An Introduction to His Thought

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Westminster John Knox Press, Jan 1, 1995 - Religion - 166 pages

In this book, T. H. L. Parker provides a succinct but comprehensive look at the range of John Calvin's theology. In particular, Parker provides a fresh interpretation of Calvin's magnum opus, the Institutes of the Christian Religion, giving the reader a sense of what this important reformer and theologian valued as a Christian and as a thinker.


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The interpretation of the Institutio
PART TWO The knowledge of God the Redeemer in Christ
PART THREE The way we receive Christs grace
PART FOUR Outward means

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T. H. L. Parker is Emeritus Reader in Theology at Durham University.

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