Synopses & Reviews
This translation of Calvin's enlightening book includes the essentials of his position on how one should think and live as a Christian. Keeping Calvin's intentions for a clear and simple text in mind, Paul Fugrmann presents an edition that has value for people who have a scholarly interest in the Reformed tradition and for lay readers who wish to clarify and strengthen their own faith.
This translation of a very enlightening book includes all the essentials of Calvin's position, unobscured by complicated discussions characteristic of Calvin's later writings. "Exhibits the living faith of Christianty in all its simplicity and grandeur. . . ".--William F. Keesecker.
About the Author
John Calvin (1509-1564) was a major theologian of the Reformation period. He is known especially for his highly influential theological work, Institutes of the Christian Religion.