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John Calvin’s 500th Anniversary – July 10, 2009

 

July 10, 2009 | Daniel Kanis

Christian Newswire (June 30, 2009): “Jean Jacques Rousseau, a fellow Genevan who was no friend to Christianity, observed: ‘Those who consider Calvin only as a theologian fail to recognize the breadth of his genius. The editing of our wise laws, in which he had a large share, does him as much credit as his Institutes. . . . [S]o long as the love of country and liberty is not extinct amongst us, the memory of this great man will be held in reverence.‘ [Read the whole article here.]

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