John Calvin

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John Calvin

Below is the full article. For the article summary, see John Calvin summary. John Calvin, French Jean Calvin or Jean Cauvin, (born July 10, 1509, Noyon, Picardy, France—died May 27, 1564, Geneva, Switzerland), theologian and ecclesiastical statesman. He was the leading French Protestant reformer and the most important figure in the second generation of the Protestant Reformation. His interpretation of Christianity, advanced above all in his Institutio Christianae religionis (1536 but elaborated in later editions; Institutes of the Christian Religion), and the institutional and social patterns he worked out for Geneva deeply influenced Protestantism elsewhere in Europe and in North America. The Calvinist form of Protestantism is widely thought to have had a major impact on the formation of the modern world.
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Musician John Calvin releases new album to international acclaim

John Calvin Abney’s new LP “Familiar Ground” hadn’t even been officially released yet when a key single caught the attention of Rolling Stone magazine late last year. The song, “When This Blows Over” is a gentle hymn for these singular times we live in. It’s about a promise that many of us are making to our friends: When this pandemic is over, I’m coming to see you again.
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