Treatises Against the Anabaptists and Against the Libertines

Written by John Calvin, Translated and Edited by Benjamin Wirt Farley Tracts on the Anabaptists and the Libertines, contain some of Calvin’s most significant and theological reflections ranging from infant baptism, refusal to bear arms, withdrawal from politics and government to pantheistic determinism, Gnostic Christology, the libertine view of Christian freedom,...

Out of stock

-
+
$38.00

Click Here to be notified by email when Treatises Against the Anabaptists and Against the Libertines becomes available.

Written by John Calvin, Translated and Edited by Benjamin Wirt Farley

Tracts on the Anabaptists and the Libertines, contain some of Calvin’s most significant and theological reflections ranging from infant baptism, refusal to bear arms, withdrawal from politics and government to pantheistic determinism, Gnostic Christology, the libertine view of Christian freedom, and denial of a future resurrection. A most valuable resource for exploring anew both Calvin’s rejection of mysticism and his concern for the believer’s ‘spiritual union’ with Christ.”

Paperback, 336 pages, Notes, index (Out of print title)

Recently Viewed Products