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No other Christian theology in the past five hundred years has affected our Western culture as deeply as the worldview of John Calvin. It extends far beyond theological disciplines, as demonstrated by the list of contributors and subjects below. Calvin has inspired a large number of Christians to apply his thought to every form of human endeavor: the influence of his worldview continues to this day. Book jacket.
David W. Hall is senior pastor of Midway Presbyterian Church in Powder Springs, Georgia. He is the general editor of the Calvin 500 series. Marvin Padgett is Editorial Vice-President of PR Publishing and lives in Franklin, Tennessee.
Table of Contents
|1929 and All That, or What Does Calvinism Say to Historians Searching for Meaning?||p. 1|
|Law, Authority, and Liberty in Early Calvinism||p. 17|
|The Arts and the Reformed Tradition||p. 40|
|Calvin's Contributions to Economic Theory and Policy||p. 69|
|Calvinism and Literature||p. 95|
|Calvin's Legacy in Philosophy||p. 114|
|Calvin, Politics, and Political Science||p. 142|
|Calvinism and Science||p. 162|
|John Calvin's Impact on Business||p. 192|
|Calvin and Music||p. 217|
|Medicine: In the Biblical Tradition of John Calvin with Modern Applications||p. 254|
|Calvin as Journalist||p. 277|
|The Future of Calvinism as a Worldview||p. 293|
|Index of Scripture||p. 307|
|Index of Subject and Names||p. 311|
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