Institutes of the Christian Religion, 2 Vols

Institutes of the Christian Religion, 2 Vols Review

Institutes of the Christian Religion This limited edition of John Calvin's Reformation classic, "Institutes of the Christian Religion," commemorates the 500th anniversary of Calvin's birth in 1509.This beautiful new jacketed cloth volume features: - An eight-page, four-color insert on coated stock, including a frontispiece featuring the title page of the original publication and a timeline of the Reformation and of John Calvin's life... Full description

Title:Institutes of the Christian Religion, 2 Vols
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    Institutes of the Christian Religion, 2 Vols Reviews

  • Richard

    Years ago I took a course in Reformation Theology for which this book was a required text. It was a good course, taught by a knowledgeable professor, who did not force us to read the entire book. Afte...

  • Douglas Wilson

    Just finished Volume 1. The first time I read this I was still an Arminian, and I appreciated it then. Now I am simply amazed. What a treasure this is....

  • Husseyhousehold

    I read Book One of the Four volumes in this edition, and learned that all the caricatures of Calvin and Calvinism are as far off the mark as equating a Christian with a Muslim terrorist of 9/11.What m...

  • Steven Wedgeworth

    This probably better than Bavinck, which means the best thing ever. Time and time again, I discover that Calvin has already thought about that question and settled it. This is an easy-to read edition ...

  • justin

    if i ever finish this, i will immediately begin it again...

  • Brent McCulley

    Last January I begin an adventure that I had no idea how arduous it would be. As I begun to dive into Calvin's magisterial Institutes of the Christian Religion, I set out before me an endeavour that w...

  • Jacob Aitken

    I actually finished this a long time ago. Finished it several times, actually. If people read Calvin, they will soon learn that all their stereotypes of him are wrong. He said nothing on predestinatio...

  • Daphyne

    Life-changing. This was my second read through but I spent the entire year reading it this time. Every Christian should read this if for not other reason than to be forced to work through their theolo...

  • John

    John Calvin is likely one of the most vilified, misunderstood, and unread men still discussed today. His influence is remarkable, and his most famous work, Institutes, is his crowning achievement. Thi...

  • Peter Bringe

    I have now read this book twice (in 2009 and in 2011-2013). It is a classic work of Christianity, and one that I enjoy reading. It not only teaches systematic theology, but also practical theology, bi...