A Heart Promptly Offered: The Revolutionary Leadership of John Calvin
Cumberland House Publishing, 2006 - 360 pages
A Heart Promptly Offered"" presents the basic story of Calvin's life, along with numerous excerpts from his own pen'writings from his letters, commentaries, and sermons. In addition to summarizing the main topics of Calvin's ""Institutes,"" it lays out his ground-breaking political theory, which is an unparelleled contribution to human freedom.""
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