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LIBERTY UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF DIVINITYJohn Calvin’s TheologySubmitted to Dr. Dave Pedersonin partial fulfillment for the completion ofCHHI 525-B01History of Christianity IIbyJames D. JohnsonOctober 14, 2018
Thesis StatementJohn Calvin’s theology made a lasting impact on the evangelical movement, and many aspects of his theology are still heavily debated today. As such, this paper will examine the life ofJohn Calvin, and the five-points of Calvinism.II
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IntroductionJohn Calvin’s theological viewpoints have made a lasting impact on the evangelical movement. However, Calvin never desired to be a leader within the Protestant movement. Rather, Calvin simply desired to live a quiet and peaceable life. Woodbridge and Franks note, “The free imperial city of Strasbourg, now fully in the Protestant camp, was just such a safe haven for an inspiring theologian, so he set off in the summer of 1536, with his brother Antoine

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