Baptistry

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.

John Calvin

Movement Magisterial Reformation
Born Noyon, 1509
Died Geneva, 1564
Significance John Calvin was the leader of the Reformation in Geneva. The influence of Calvin's thought spread throughout the Western world.
Works On the Christian Life by John Calvin
Of Prayer by John Calvin
Hymns I Greet Thee Who My Sure Redeemer Art
Critiques by Calvin Calvin Attacks Anabaptist Prohibition Against Oaths
Calvin on Osiander
Critiques of Calvin Pope Pius IV Critiques Calvin
Calvin's Enemies in Geneva
See also Home | Index of People | Magisterial Reformation | John Calvin Chronology | John Calvin Links | John Calvin Theologies | John Calvin Album

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