Review: Calvin’s Tormentors, by Gary W. Jenkins

Calvin was a great thinker, a great theologian and, by dint of these things, forced to be a leader. He was also a private man, a committed friend, a public figure and a gifted controversialist (although not always by choice). He operated out of deep conviction and principle and with a clear sense of vocation, …

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