Christ at the Center: The Legacy of the Reformed Tradition

Thursday, 11 Jun 2009

For Calvin, the only proper response to God's gifts of creation and redemption is a life filled with gratitude, giving thanks and praise to God.
When I was preparing for ministry as a Catholic priest in the late 1970s, one of the professors in our theology program announced that he would be teaching a course in "Calvin's Sacramental Theology." At the time I remember thinking, "What could Calvin possibly have to say to Catholics about the Sacraments?" Needless to say, I didn't take the course. Years later, as luck would have it, I became a serious student of Calvin's thought. The more I learned about Calvin, the more I grew in appreciation of him, and the more ...

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