Of all the major Reformers, John Calvin (1509-1564) had the most far-reaching influence on the
modern world. Calvin's Reformation was not simply a religious movement in the sense of an
ecclesiastical reorganization or a doctrinal revision; it was something that touched all areas of
life, which involved a profound reorientation of the life of the individual and of society in line
with the teachings of the Gospel. The aim in this series is to present the complete works of
Calvin in the original editions and in their original languages.
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