Institutes of the Christian Religion
Theologian par excellence, Calvin is best known for his Institutes of the Christian Religion, a theological introduction to the Bible and vindication of Reformation principles. Beveridges 1845 translation of Calvins magnum opus is now available in a one-volume format that retains the pagination of the original two volumes.
PREFATORY ADDRESS BY JOHN CALVIN TO FRANCIS I KING
THE EPISTLE OF CALVIN TO THE READER prefixed to the Second
CALVINS EPISTLE TO THE READER prefixed to the last Edition
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