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Family Reformation
The Legacy of Sola Scriptura in Calvin's Geneva
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Scott T. Brown | MP3

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ISBN: 978-0982056752
Type: Paperback
Category: Books - Family & Home

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While the doctrine of salvation was being reformed during the sixteenth century, so was marriage, manhood, womanhood, courtship, child raising, fertility, abortion, and almost every other area that touches family life.

John Calvin never wrote a book on the family, but he touched off a family reformation. He was the instigator of a massive restructuring of the most fundamental institution of society.
Like no other reformer, Calvin provided the exegetical precision that defined the terms for a biblical vision of family life. With crystal clarity, he explained the details of the how the family had exchanged the glory of God for a lie. We should be thankful to this dear brother for excavating the gold mines of the Bible and exposing the raw biblical language and bedrock principles that form the doctrine of the Christian family.

This book seeks to communicate the main themes of Calvin's teaching on family life in his own words, using quotes from his books, sermons, letters, and other writings.

In Geneva there were many victories in the battle to reform the family. Let me suggest that it may be difficult to win today's battles for the family unless we understand the victories of the sixteenth century.
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