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Applying: Overthrowing The Roman Church; Establishing The Remnant Church

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This conclusory chapter offers an interpretation of Calvin's lectures on the Minor Prophets and (to some extent) of Calvin himself. The approach taken in this study has been to cover the context, both theological and historical, and to endeavor to make it clear that Calvin was under the conviction that the age in which he lived was like that of the prophets and that he and his small band were the modern day equivalent of the remnant of the faithful—those who worship God in truth but who dwelled amongst a corrupt body whose worship was characterized by blatant idolatry.

Keywords:Calvin; God; Minor Prophets



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