More information on Calvin and the Biblical Languages
John D Currid
The church today is built on the Reformation’s linguistic heritage yet is in danger of losing that strong foundation. Many seminaries no longer require that their students learn the Biblical languages for their divinity degrees – some do not even teach them! Yet these are the basic tools of any s... (more)
More information on Calvin and the Calvinist
Paul Helm
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Richard Gaffin
Have you ever wondered what it must have been like to be an eye witness of major bible events? Some people were! What if there had been a newspaper at that time? Here Ruth Maclean writes the key Old Testament stories as if there had been a newspaper around at those times. Children find this st... (more)
More information on Calvin for Today
Joel R. Beeke
Calvin for Today is an edited compilation of the stimulating addresses given at the Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary's annual conference in August 2009, at Grand Rapids, Michigan. The book contains a wealth of information and practical applications about how to use Calvin's thought in our chall... (more)
More information on Calvin, Barth and Reformed Theology
Neil B. MacDonald / Carl R. Trueman
Karl Barth ad John Calvin belong to the first rank of great theologians of the Church. Both, of course, were also reformed theologians. Historically, Calvin's influence on Reformed doctrine has been much greater than that of Barth's, and continues to be so in the present day. In contrast, Barth... (more)
More information on Calvinism, Communion And The Baptists
Peter Naylor
A study of English Calvinistic Baptists from the Late 1600s to the early 1800's. Dr Naylor argues that the traditional link between 'high Calvinism' and 'restricted communion' is in need of revision. He examines Baptist communion controversies from the late 1600s to the early 1800s and also the the... (more)
More information on Calvin's Wisdom: An Anthology Arranged Alphabetically
J. Graham Miller
Many have taken it for granted that the Calvinistic theology which spread across the western world in the seventeenth century was substantially the theology of John Calvin himself.