"The Judaizing Calvin: Sixteenth-Century Debates over the Messianic Psalms" by G. Sujin Pak

Friday, 17 Dec 2010

Most readers of Modern Reformation are probably familiar with John Calvin's commentaries on the Bible. Many no doubt own the entire set and consult them regularly. A select few perhaps even read Calvin's commentaries for daily devotionals. From Calvin we learn to appreciate careful handling of the Scriptures and application for the Christian life. But many who are familiar with Calvin may not know just how groundbreaking his interpretations were in his day. They were so provocative that other Protestants accused him of aiding and abetting Jewish and Arian heresies with his commentary on the ...

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