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This Henry Beveridge translation is prized by students of Calvin for its fresh and consistently accurate rendering of Calvin's thought. Benjamin B. Warfield wrote: "As the fundamental treatise in the development of a truly evangelical theology, the Institute's mission has stretched far beyond its own day. All subsequent attempts to state and defend that theology necessarily go back to it as their starting point, and its impress upon the history of evangelical thinking is ineffaceable. Even from the point of view of mere literature, it holds a position so supreme in its class that everyone who would know the world's best books, must make himself familiar with it." High praise, indeed, for this classic of English literature and Christian theology, but truly deserved and appropriate!
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Book Description Eerdmans, 1970. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110802820557