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us: Calvin, Jean, 1509-1564



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    • us: Calvin, John, 1509-1564
    • us: Cauvin, Jean, 1509-1564
    • us: Kalʹvin, Iogann, 1509-1564
    • us: Calvin, Johannes, 1509-1564
    • us: Kalvín, Jan, 1509-1564
    • us: Calvijn, Johannes, 1509-1564
    • us: Caluin, Iohn, 1509-1564
    • us: Caluine, John, 1509-1564
    • us: Calvyn, Jean, 1509-1564
    • us: Caluinus, Ioannes, 1509-1564
    • us: Calvinus, Ioannes, 1509-1564
    • us: Calvinus, Joannes, 1509-1564
    • us: Kálvin, János, 1509-1564
    • us: Calvino, Juan, 1509-1564
    • us: Kalwin, Jan, 1509-1564
    • us: Calvino, Giovanni, 1509-1564
    • us: 加尔文约翰, 1509-1564
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    • found: His Commentaries on the Epistle of Paul the apostle to the Romans, 1849.
    • found: His Ioannis Caluini Commentarii in Isaiam prophetam, 1570: t.p. (Ioannis Caluini ...)
    • found: Bolyki, J. Az imádkozó Kálvin, 1985: t.p. (Kálvin)
    • found: Új magy. lex., 1961 (Kálvin János; Jean Calvin, 1509-1564)
    • found: His Institución de la religión cristiana, 1988: CIP t.p. (Juan Calvino)
    • found: Piwko, S. Filozoficzne aspekty doktryny Jana Kalwina, 1987: t.p. (Jana Kalwina)
    • found: Gallicet Calvetti, C. Sebastiano Castellion : il riformato umanista contro il riformatore Calvino, 1989: p. 3, etc. (Giovanni Calvino)
    • found: Nicollier, A. Dictionnaire encyclopédique suisse, c1987 (Calvin, Jean)
    • found: A commentarie of John Caluine, upon the first booke of Moses, called Genesis, 1578.
    • found: Christian Classics Ethereal Library, viewed via the WWW March 24, 2014 (John Calvin was a prominent French theologian during the Protestant Reformation and the father of the theological system known as Calvinism; the most significant architect of the Reformation; originally trained as a humanist lawyer, he broke from the Roman Catholic Church around 1530; due to religious tensions against Protestants in France, he fled to Geneva, later returned to Strasbourg; pastored in both places; born July 10, 1509 in Noyon, France; died May 27, 1564 in Geneva) {http://www.theopedia.com/John_Calvin}
  • LC Classification

    • PA8485.C225
  • Editorial Notes

    • [Machine-derived non-Latin script reference project.]
    • [Non-Latin script reference not evaluated.]
  • Change Notes

    • 1979-11-06: new
    • 2014-04-05: revised
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