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This is a statue of Calvin at the Reformation Monument in Geneva.


View of Geneva from Calvin's Church.


An image of John Calvin at the Reformation Monument in Worms.

Calvin and Beza

Theodore Beza (shown right of Calvin above) was Calvin's successor in Geneva.


Ironically, the baptistery shown above was discovered while excavating beneath Calvin’s church in Geneva. Even though Calvin rejected Anabaptism, persons were baptized by immersion centuries before his ministry in Geneva.

Calvin's Church

John Calvin's church in Geneva.

Calvin's Pulpit in Geneva

Calvin's Pulpit in Geneva.


This is a view from Calvin's church in Geneva. One can see why Geneva was described as a "city on a hill."

University of Geneva

The University of Geneva was founded by John Calvin and Théodor de Bèze in 1559.