A panel of WSC faculty answer questions related to the legacy of John Calvin in the church and in the world.
Calvin’s ideal of friendship informed the way he went about his business as a reformer.
The preached Word was central to the spiritual flourishing of the church of the reformation as well as the church as it exists today.
Calvin clearly distinguished the Gospel itself from the marvelous benefits and vast effects it produced.
Calvin was passionate for the glory of God in worship, which had concrete implications for the life of the institutional church.