Institutes of the Christian religion

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William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 1997 - Biography & Autobiography - 1286 pages
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Here in a convenient one-volume edition is John Calvin's magnum opus. Written as an introduction to the Christian life, the Institutes remains the best articulation of Reformation principles and is a marvelous introduction to biblical Christianity.

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User Review  - BradKautz - LibraryThing

This is Calvin's benchmark text of Reformed theology. Calvin is one of the magisterial giants on which the Reformation of the Christian church stands, and this work makes the reasons for his stature ... Read full review

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User Review  - StephenBarkley - LibraryThing

Finishing Calvin's Institutes felt like eating Bran Flakes. You know it's supposed to be good for you, but when given the option to have Lucky Charms, you'll choose the Leprechaun every time. When I ... Read full review

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