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Swiss theologian (born in France) whose tenets (predestination and the irresistibility of grace and justification by faith) defined Presbyterianism (1509-1564)

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The disorder's terrifying hallucinatory aspects are well portrayed through Calvin's imagined tiger, Hobbes, and his perceived need for a final Calvin and Hobbes comic strip.
The recently updated barbershop features a vibrant interior with new flooring, a fresh coat of Calvin's signature money green paint and his own freehand artwork.
In Chung's and Pak's works on John Calvin's thought, we have two radically different ideals for engaging the Genevan Reformer's work.
Calvin's awkwardness, Rozelle's brash style and her friend Sasha's jealousy feel authentic, and Calvin's attempts to remain true to himself while negotiating high school and the larger adult world will ring true for many young readers.
Sanders goes on to explain Calvin's "warm love" for his fellow man.
EDT on July 8, Tropical Storm Calvin's maximum sustained winds had already grown to 70 mph.
Pak attempts to discover the place of Calvin in exegetical history by discussing the interpretation of these eight Psalms by Calvin's predecessors and contemporaries.
One of these young men is Pierre Robert, Calvin's cousin who, like him, has come from a small town in Picardy to Paris.
Zachman's Image and Word in the Theology of John Calvin constitutes a major revision of a longstanding assumption regarding Calvin's theology of divine self-manifestation.
He turns Calvin's attention to staying quiet for the good of his family and he has to decide to put his family above his own morals.
Calvin's electrical career spanned approximately fifty years and he retired from the Union in 1991.
This succinct anthology seeks to trace certain rediscoveries of Calvin's impact on socio-economic matters, primarily focusing on two geopolitical venues: the West and the non-West.
This collection provides a very useful overview of Calvin's commentaries and lectures, highlighting both the common characteristics of Calvin's biblical study and the distinctive emphases of particular groups of Calvin writings.
John Calvin's theology of creation, including issues ranging from animal rights to natural theology, was actively debated in the last century, often casting Calvin in a negative light.
Deputies said they found nearly 200 pirated DVD movies and 156 pirated CDs in Calvin's vehicle, and about 300 more DVDs in the garage at the Lancaster home were he was living, plus rock cocaine in his bedroom.