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Calvin at the Centre

Paul Helm’s latest, Calvin at the Centre, is a fascinating book presenting a fresh look on several key themes in Calvin and his lasting influence upon later theologians. In many ways, the book is a follow-up to Helm’s earlier work John Calvin’s Ideas. Calvin at the Centre focuses on Calvin’s thoughts on epistemology, metaphysics and anthropology.

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