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The Reformation in France - Jean Calvin (1509-1564)  Currently undergoing translation Add all articles to the favourites list Thumbnail composite Previous 3 / 10 Next

A generation after Luther, the Frenchman Jean Calvin became the organiser of the Reformation : he organised the Church, shaped the doctrine and defined the role of the Church in state government.



Jean Calvin (1509-1564)
 Jean Calvin (1509-1564)
Jean Calvin's doctrine
 Jean Calvin's doctrine
The Works of Jean Calvin
 The Works of Jean Calvin
The Institutes of the Christian faith
 The Institutes of the Christian faith
Jean Calvin, A Treatise about relics, 1543
 Jean Calvin, A Treatise about relics, 1543
The ecclesiastical ordinances (1541)
 The ecclesiastical ordinances (1541)
Portraits of Calvin
 Portraits of Calvin
The places where Calvin lived
 The places where Calvin lived
Calvin at work
 Calvin at work
 
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