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Way to be born, John Calvin

July 10, 2009

Happy 500th, John Calvin. If it was not for you, all evangelicals (and especially the FBFI) would be perfectly united.

(We’re supposed to have fun with birthdays, right?) 🙂

To show my real gratitude for the Genevan (I thank God for him), you can peruse some previous posts:

How I became a “Calvinist” (and it wasn’t because of Piper or MacArthur)

How Reformed are the Young Reformed?

Calvin on the right use of the Lord’s Supper

Be content with this one thing

Is not the Church the mother of all believers?

We know that we are dealing with a most serious and important matter

John Calvin on Isaiah 14 and Satan

Evangelists in the early church

John Calvin weighs in on Hillary’s candidacy for President

We should not rashly or perversely abuse his Holy Word and worshipful mysteries either for the sake of our own ambition, or greed, or amusement

Childs (and others) on the third commandment

Are ‘extra-Biblical’ theological terms important?

Calvin prayed

Reverence joined with love of God

Does Arminianism necessarily lead to inclusivism?

What the early church thought about dancing

Calvin’s precaution in studying election

Calvin the Platonist

Selections from Calvin and Athanasius on song in worship

John Calvin on the dangers of music

Baptists deserve the name Calvinists

Hodge on Calvin’s view of the self-existence and subordination of Jesus Christ

One Comment leave one →
  1. jacob permalink
    July 10, 2009 12:16 pm

    If you want to read about John Calvin from the Jewish perspective and his assault against the true messiah of Israel Marcus Julius Agrippa read Stephan Huller’s blog entry at entitled ‘the Day of John Calvin the accursed, may his bones be ground into dust.’ It will help round your opinion of this accursed man.

    May his bones truly be ground into dust.


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