Some history and histories of Calvin in the context of the Reformation
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In a major article, Ian Hazlitt re-examines historical interpretations and caricatures of Calvin from a variety of perspectives regarding: predestination; l'affaire Servetus; anti-Calvin sentiment; Calvin's influence in England and Scotland; and, finally, Calvin as kill-joy. What emerges from this study is not, of course, the Calvin of contemporary media portrayal, but Calvin the man.
Hazlett, I. (2009). Some history and histories of Calvin in the context of the Reformation. Theology in Scotland, 16(2), pp. 23-54.
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