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        John Calvin

 

One of the leading lights of the Reformation in Europe, John Calvin (1509-1564) was born in Noyon, Picardy in France. What Martin Luther had begun by Godís mighty power, John Calvin carried on, teaching the doctrine and application of justification by faith alone in the Christ revealed in Scripture alone; and endeavouring to apply Scriptural teaching to every area of life. Pressed by a friend named William Farel to stay in Geneva to preach (that city being a haven for persecuted Christians), Calvin at length complied, and the Genevan Church became a centre of the Protestant Reformation. The Scottish Reformer John Knox spoke of the Church in Geneva as ďthe most perfect school of Christ since the days of the apostlesĒ.

 

 

Acts 2:26: "For this my heart rejoiced"

 

The difference between the Old and New Testaments  

 

Genesis 34:1-7: Jacob's trial; guidance for young men and women

 

On the Gospel Offer

 

How to use the present life, and the comforts in it

 

Sermons in French by John Calvin