John Calvin's Impact on Church and Society, 1509-2009
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Edited by Martin Ernst Hirzel and Martin Sallmann
What legacies, still enduring today, have John Calvin and Calvinism given to the church and society in Europe and North America? An international group of scholars tackles that question in this volume honoring Calvin's 500th birthday. These chapters together provide a comprehensive and accessible introduction to Calvin's life and thought, the history of the Reformation in Switzerland and worldwide, and his continuing relevance for ecclesial, social, and political questions today.
Contributors: Philip Benedict, James D. Bratt, Emidio Campi, Wulfert de Greef, Christopher Elwood, Eva-Maria Faber, Eric Fuchs, Ulrich H. J. Kortner, Christian Link, Christian Moser, Andrew Pettegree, Christoph Strohm, Mario Turchetti.
Paperback, 256 pages, notes, bibliography
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