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Commentaries on the Epistles to Timothy, Titus, And Philemon

By: Calvin, John, 1509-1564

... COMMENTARIES ON THE EPISTLES by JOHN CALVIN Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.or... ... Title: COMMENTARIES ON THE EPISTLES TO TIMOTHY, TITUS AND PHILEMON Author: JOHN CALVIN Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publisher: W... ...ITUTED IN MAT JI.DCCC.XIIII. FOR PUBLICATION OF TRANSLATIONS OF THE WORKS OF JOHN CALVIN. ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION, ONE POUND, PATABIE IN ADVANCE ON IST JA... ...^dtlUv/ c ' COMMENTARIES ON THE EPISTLES TO TIMOTHY, TITDS, AND PHILEMON. BY JOHN CALVIN. TRANSLATED FROM THE ORIGINAL LATIN, BY THE REV. WILLIAM PRIN... ...T, EAEL OF HERTFORD, &C., PROTECTOR OF ENGLAND AND IRELAND, AND ROYAL TUTOR, JOHN CALVIN OFFERS HIS SALUTATIONS. The brilliant reputation, most noble ... ...y of this passage might be removed, first, by the transposition suggested by Calvin, and, next, by transposing tlie 5tli verse so as to place it befor...

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Calvin on Piety

By: John Calvin

...Pietas is one of the major themes of Calvin’s theology. His theology is, as John T. McNeill says, “his piety described at length.” 2 He is determine... ...any zeal for religion might be shaped to true godliness [pietas].” 4 For Calvin, pietas designates the right attitude of man towards God. This atti... ...t the purpose of their original creation. 15 The pious man, according to Calvin, confesses, “We are God’s: let us therefore live for him and die f... ...s sharers with him in the gifts with which he has been endowed.” 24 For Calvin, piety is rooted in the believer’s mystical union (unio mystica) wi... ... Piety’s Double Cleansing: Justification and Sanctification According to Calvin, believers receive from Christ by faith the “double grace” of just... ...vation, Calvin wrote. It is always disastrous to leave the church. 59 For Calvin, believers are engrafted into Christ and His church, because spirit... ... 148 “Sweet obedience”— Calvin welcomed such descriptions. According to I. John Hesselink, Calvin described the pious life with words such as sweet,... ... 1 Serene Jones, Calvin and the Rhetoric of Piety (Louisville: Westminster/John Knox Press, 1995). Unfortunately, Jones exaggerates Calvin’s use of ... ...aggerates Calvin’s use of rhetoric in the service of piety. 2 Cited in John Hesselink, “The Development and Purpose of Calvin’s Institutes,” in A...

...Excerpt: John Calvin?s Institutes have earned him the title of ?the preeminent systematician of the Protestant Reformation.? His reputation as an intellectual, however, is often seen apart from the vital spiritual and pastoral context...

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Commentary on Genesis-Volume 2

By: John Calvin
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Commentary on Daniel-Volume 2

By: John Calvin
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Commentary on Corinthians-Volume 2

By: John Calvin
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Commentary on Romans

By: John Calvin

...cond by Bucer, a Professor of Theology at Cambridge for a short time in the reign of Edward the Sixth; and the next in order of time was this Work by Calvin, composed at Strasbourg in the year 1539. The fourth was by Peter Martyr; and this was translated into English in the year 1568. Another was afterwards published by Rodolph Gualter, Minister at Zurich....

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Commentary on Philippians, Colossians, And Thessalonians

By: John Calvin
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Commentary on Joel, Amos, Obadiah

By: John Calvin
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Commentary on Jeremiah and Lamentations-Volume 2

By: John Calvin
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Commentary on Isaiah-Volume 1

By: John Calvin
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Harmony of the Law-Volume 1

By: John Calvin

...its as a Commentator upon Scripture. It may not, however, be deemed superfluous that I should refer my readers to the brief but interesting Memoir of Calvin, written by his associate and friend Theodore Beza, and translated by Henry Beveridge, Esq., in Volume I. of Calvin?s Tracts in this Series. It would, I presume, be scarcely possible to produce within a similar compass...

... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . p. 1 Translator's Preface. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . p. 2 The Preface of John Calvin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . p. 7 History. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . p. 10 Exodus 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...

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Commentary on Hebrews

By: John Calvin
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On the Christian Life

By: John Calvin

...e Christian Life Title: http://www.ccel.org/ccel/calvin/chr_life.html URL: Calvin, John Author(s): Grand Rapids, MI: Christian Classics Ethereal Libra... ...ian Life Title: http://www.ccel.org/ccel/calvin/chr_life.html URL: Calvin, John Author(s): Grand Rapids, MI: Christian Classics Ethereal Library Publi... ...and Phrases. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iii John Calvin On the Christian Life iv John Calvin On the Christian Life ON... ...stian Life iv John Calvin On the Christian Life ON THE CHRISTIAN LIFE by John Calvin (From the Institutes of the Christian Religion, Bk. 3, chs. VI ... ...is end, how we are to use this life and its comforts without abusing them. John Calvin On the Christian Life ON THE CHRISTIAN LIFE CHAPTER I. THE LIF... ... consideration which refutes all objections. A common objection refuted. 2 John Calvin On the Christian Life 6.5. Christian life cannot exist without...

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Teacher and Practitioner of Evangelism

By: John Calvin

...and the Reformers tried to extinguish it. 1 But others would assert that John Calvin (1509-1564), the father of Reformed and Presbyterian doctrine... ...ters.” 19 Still, no human effort has the final word. It is the Lord, says Calvin, who “causes the voice of the gospel to resound not only in one pl... ...ched at random to all nations but by the decree of God. 21 According to Calvin, this joining together of divine sovereignty and human responsibil... ...s on conversion as a continuous process involving the whole person. For Calvin, evangelism involved a continual, authoritative call to the believe... ...g practitioner of this kind of evangelism within his own congregation. For Calvin, evangelism began with preaching. As William Bouwsma 69 writes, ... ...eing enabled, thereby, to proceed in a right course to the end.” 52 For Calvin, the most important tasks of evangelism were building up the childr... ...portant role as it quickly became more than a place to learn theology. In “John Calvin: Director of Missions,” Philip Hughes writes: Calvin’s Genev... ...others the truth that had set them free. 53 Influenced by the Academy, John Knox took the evangelical doctrine back to his native Scotland. Engl... ...ters, and life glow with a missionary spirit. It is abundantly clear that John Calvin had a heart for evangelism to extend the kingdom of our Lord ...

...e powerful forces of the papacy, the monasteries, and the monarch while Calvin and the Reformers tried to extinguish it. But others would assert that John Calvin (1509-1564), the father of Reformed and Presbyterian doctrine and theology, was largely responsible for relighting the torch of biblical evangelism during the Reformation....

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Calvin : Commentaries

By: John Calvin

...lvin: Commentaries Title: http://www.ccel.org/ccel/calvin/calcom.html URL: Calvin, Jean Author(s): Haroutunian, Joseph (Editor/Translator) Grand Rapid... ... of the Print Edition. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iii John Calvin Calvin: Commentaries iv John Calvin Calvin: Commentaries CALV... ...S First published MCMLVIII Library of Congress Catalog Card No.: 58–5060 9 John Calvin Calvin: Commentaries GENERAL EDITORS’ PREFACE The Christian Ch... ...several treatises and extracts will, we believes furnish welcome guidance. JOHN BAILLIE JOHN T. MCNEILL HENRY P. VAN DUSEN 11 2 John Calvin Calvin: Co... ...ly in preparing the Old Testament passages. Her knowledge of Scripture and Calvin, her patience and 3 John Calvin Calvin: Commentaries good sense, he... ...tament passages. Her knowledge of Scripture and Calvin, her patience and 3 John Calvin Calvin: Commentaries good sense, her encouragement, have been ... ...MMENTATOR IN THESE TRANSLATED SELECTIONS FROM THE Biblical Commentaries of Calvin, we have tried to produce a readable version of a representative par... ...m and study of them would not only contribute to a better understanding of Calvin, but would also have a profound influence on the mind and life of th... ...he beginning of the work: “When some years ago that most learned man, John Calvin, at the advice and request of friends, undertook to explain the Psal...

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Of Prayer: A Perpetual Exercise of Faith. The Daily Benefits Derived from It

By: John Calvin

...ayer—A Perpetual Exercise of Faith. The Daily Benefits Derived from It. by John Calvin About Of Prayer—A Perpetual Exercise of Faith. The Daily Benef... ...ayer—A Perpetual Exercise of Faith. The Daily Benefits Derived from It. by John Calvin Of Prayer—A Perpetual Exercise of Faith. The Daily Benefits Der... ...s Derived from It. Title: http://www.ccel.org/ccel/calvin/prayer.html URL: Calvin, John Author(s): Henry Beveridge (1845) (Translator) Christian Class... ...d from It. Title: http://www.ccel.org/ccel/calvin/prayer.html URL: Calvin, John Author(s): Henry Beveridge (1845) (Translator) Christian Classics Ethe... ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iii John Calvin Of Prayer—A Perpetual Exercise of Faith. The Daily Benefits Der... ... and Phrases. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iv John Calvin Of Prayer—A Perpetual Exercise of Faith. The Daily Benefits Der... ...earthly life, devote themselves to righteousness and aspire to heaven (see Calvin, Harm. Matth. 6). Thus this kingdom consists of two parts; the first...

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Vii. John Calvin on the Salvation of Early-Dying Infants

By: John Calvin,

... brings us to the views of quite the greatest of all Protestant Reformers: John Calvin, the genius of Geneva. Here, we shall give a very extensive tre... ...gs us to the views of quite the greatest of all Protestant Reformers: John Calvin, the genius of Geneva. Here, we shall give a very extensive treatmen... ...:34f & 27:46 & 28:1f, compare Hebrews 12:16. Then we shall examine whether Calvin, in commenting on Job, ever said that God sends pagan babies to hell... ...st saving ' whosoever trusts Him' ; as to His coming to save the World (in John 3:15-21); and as to whether infants are exempted from God' s abiding w... ...-21); and as to whether infants are exempted from God' s abiding wrath (in John 3:36). We shall then see the implications for Calvin of ignorant adult... ...:2f; and Hebrews 2:13. We shall then look at Calvin' s beliefs anent First John 3:7f, and anent children being saved before and without infant baptism... ...aching also to ' non-conscious' and ' non-ungodly' infants. Thus, explains Calvin, according to Peter "the ancient prophecies were dictated by Christ.... ...h] tried to bring a degenerate world to a sound state of mind." Thus notes Calvin, on Second Peter 2:5 - in words obviously referring not to natural a... ...rpetrated? What "crimes" had they themselves at that time committed? None! Calvin, like Job, never said God sends pagan babies to hell forever We have...

...Excerpt: This brings us to the views of quite the greatest of all Protestant Reformers: John Calvin, the genius of Geneva. Here, we shall give a very extensive treatment of the way he viewed early-dying infants - and more in particular those of unbelieving parents. First, we shall see how Calvin perceived the co...

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Calvin's Calvinism Treatises on the Eternal Predestination of God the Secret Providence of God

By: John Calvin

...ises on the Eternal Predestination of God the Secret Providence of God By: John Calvin TRANSLATED BY HENRY COLE REFORMED FREE PUBLISHING ASSOCIATION R... ...Secret Providence of God 207 Translator's Preface 211 Introduction (by John Calvin) 223 Calumniator's Preface 257 Reply to Calumniator's Prefa... ...es Cited [to follow] 351 FOREWORD Treatises on Predestination − Calvin By: John Calvin 1 This volume contains two of the lesser known, but neverthele... ...s two of the lesser known, but nevertheless very significant, treatises of John Calvin. Any publication of the works of the great reformer and teacher... ...luded in the Calvin Translation Society's classic set of the works of John Calvin, but had been separately translated by Henry Cole and published in E... ...me doctrines in question. Not that these stupendous truths originated with Calvin, but with God Himself. They form an essential portion of the revelat... ...9). The great and merciful Head of His Church, seeing this, raised up John Calvin, and divinely and powerfully equipped him to go forth and minister t... ...and taught by all who are saved by them, as they were by the heavenly John Calvin, the possessor, teacher and defender of their truth, their value, th... ...d Part " of. CALVIN'S CALVINISM" and made to constitute a PREFACE, by John Calvin, to that Work. An arrangement which, it is considered, will be deeme...

...Excerpt: This volume contains two of the lesser known, but nevertheless very significant, treatises of John Calvin. Any publication of the works of the great reformer and teacher is its own best justification, and needs no explanation or apology. The reprinting of this little volume, however, has an interesting history. Until ...

... Treatise (large file ? allow some time to open) 25 PART TWO: A Defence of the Secret Providence of God 207 Translator's Preface 211 Introduction (by John Calvin) 223 Calumniator's Preface 257 Reply to Calumniator's Preface 258 Articles and Replies 264 Index of Scripture Passages Cited [to follow] 351...

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John Calvin : Teacher and Practitioner of Evangelism

By: John Calvin

...e powerful forces of the papacy, the monasteries, and the monarch while Calvin and the Reformers tried to extinguish it. But others would assert that John Calvin (1509-1564), the father of Reformed and Presbyterian doctrine and theology, was largely responsible for relighting the torch of biblical evangelism during the Reformation......

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Calvin's Calvinism

By: John Calvin

...lvin's Calvinism was virtually unknown in the United States. It had not been included in the Calvin Translation Society's classic set of the works of John Calvin, but had been separately translated by Henry Cole and published in England, but not in the United States. In 1927 it was reprinted in England by the Sovereign Grace Union, of which the Reverend Henry Atherton was ...

... Treatise (large file ? allow some time to open) 25 PART TWO: A Defence of the Secret Providence of God 207 Translator's Preface 211 Introduction (by John Calvin) 223 Calumniator's Preface 257 Reply to Calumniator's Preface 258 Articles and Replies 264 Index of Scripture Passages Cited [to follow] 351...

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