Tributes to John Calvin: A Celebration of His Quincentenary
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  • 592 Pages
  • Publisher: P&R Publishing Company
  • Publication Date: April 2010
  • ISBN: SHALLDAWTRIBUTESTOJOHNCALVIN9781596380967

Tributes to John Calvin: A Celebration of His Quincentenary

Hall, David

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The essays in Tributes to John Calvin: A Celebration of His Quincentenary illuminate Calvin’s times, thought and legacy, and provide a celebratory tribute to one of the most influential people in history. This book commemorates the quincentenary of Calvin’s birth (July 10, 1509), and attests to the remarkable fact that a French religious leader from a tiny village is still remembered half a millennium later.

Twenty-three leading Calvin scholars exhibit a firm understanding of Calvin’s era, theology, and the heritage he bequeathed the church. Their articles cover Calvin’s theology, soteriology, and ecclesiology, as well as his doctrines of assurance, worship, and Scripture. They examine Calvin as a Frenchman, lawyer, and liturgist. Other articles explore Calvin’s impact on the arts, Calvinism in Asia, and the influential women in Calvin’s life.

Contributors: Henri A. B. Blocher, Richard Burnett, R. Scott Clark, William Edgar, Richard C. Gamble, Isabelle Graesslé, David W. Hall, Darryl G. hart, MIchael Horton, Terry L.. Johnson, Douglas F. Kelly, Jae Sung Kim, Robert M. Kingdom, George W. Knight III, Anthony N.S. Lane, William A. McComish, Bruce L. McCormack, James Edward McGoldrick, A. T. B. McGowan, Albert Mohler, Hughes Oliphant Old, Herman J. Seldersuise, John Witte Jr.

About the Editor

David W. Hall is senior pastor of Midway Presbyterian Church in Powder Springs, Georgia. He is the general editor of the Calvin 500 series.

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Listen to an episode of Christ the Center featuring Peter Lillback entitled Calvin and the Development of Covenant Theology. (Reformed Forum)


Publisher's Description

The essays in Tributes to John Calvin: A Celebration of His Quincentenary illuminate Calvin’s times, thought and legacy, and provide a celebratory tribute to one of the most influential people in history. This book commemorates the quincentenary of Calvin’s birth (July 10, 1509), and attests to the remarkable fact that a French religious leader from a tiny village is still remembered half a millennium later.

Twenty-three leading Calvin scholars exhibit a firm understanding of Calvin’s era, theology, and the heritage he bequeathed the church. Their articles cover Calvin’s theology, soteriology, and ecclesiology, as well as his doctrines of assurance, worship, and Scripture. They examine Calvin as a Frenchman, lawyer, and liturgist. Other articles explore Calvin’s impact on the arts, Calvinism in Asia, and the influential women in Calvin’s life.

Contributors: Henri A. B. Blocher, Richard Burnett, R. Scott Clark, William Edgar, Richard C. Gamble, Isabelle Graesslé, David W. Hall, Darryl G. hart, MIchael Horton, Terry L.. Johnson, Douglas F. Kelly, Jae Sung Kim, Robert M. Kingdom, George W. Knight III, Anthony N.S. Lane, William A. McComish, Bruce L. McCormack, James Edward McGoldrick, A. T. B. McGowan, Albert Mohler, Hughes Oliphant Old, Herman J. Seldersuise, John Witte Jr.

About the Editor

David W. Hall is senior pastor of Midway Presbyterian Church in Powder Springs, Georgia. He is the general editor of the Calvin 500 series.

  • Cover Type:
  • 592 Pages
  • Publisher: P&R Publishing Company
  • Publication Date: April 2010
  • ISBN: SHALLDAWTRIBUTESTOJOHNCALVIN9781596380967