Salvation is found in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given to mankind by which we must be saved. - Acts 4:12
John Calvin: Learning from the Life and Work of a Preaching Theologian
Gregory Landon Reynolds
John Calvin is known historically for his theological beliefs and teachings. As the Church continues to move forward, Calvin is still found in the middle of conversations and is still being written about, although he was born over five hundred years ago. Most of these discussions and writings have to do with Calvin’s biblical understanding of soteriology. A branch of theology dealing with soteriology has been named after Calvin, and although Calvinism is comprised of many other doctrines dealing with much more than soteriology, soteriology is certainly the most discussed doctrine of Calvinism. Today, Calvinism is embraced by many, while others find this theology to be absurd and unbiblical. While Calvin was a theologian, his study of God was born out of a passion and understanding of his calling to preach the Word of God. Herman Selderhuis writes of Calvin:
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