Philosophers are Like a Traveler Passing Through a Field at Night

“[Philosophers] are like a traveler passing through a field at night who in a momentary lightning flash sees far and wide, but the sight vanishes so swiftly that he is plunged again into the darkness of night before he can take even a step-let alone be directed on the way by its help.” ~ Institutes of the Christian Religion

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John Calvin is one of the most well-known as well as most misunderstood theologians of all-time. He wrote one of the most influential works of Christian theology of all time, thousands of pages of commentary on the Bible and multiple books, tracts and letters. Read More

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