Episode 28: John Calvin - The Work in Geneva
CHRISTIAN HISTORY - LINEAGE (Series 1) • 4m 33s
In the aftermath of the debacle of the placards, Calvin fled France and traveled to Strasbourg and then on to Basel in 1536 where he began to write “The Institutes of the Christian Religion”, a systematic presentation of the Protestant message and Calvin’s most significant contribution to Protestantism.
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