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William Wileman [1849-1941], John Calvin: His Life, His Teaching and His Influence.
London: Robert Banks & Son, n.d. Hbk. pp.147.



This book is in the Public Domain. The illustrations are not included with the text, but most can be found here at higher scan resolutions.

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Contents

Preface
1 - The Unfolding of the Purpose
2 - Early Days Of The Reformer
3 - The Reformer's Call By Grace
4 - Through The Law To The Gospel
5 - Gospel Labours In Paris
6 - Persecutions
7 - "Placards" and Martyr-Fires
8 - The Institutes of the Christian Religion
9 - A Chain of Golden Truths
10 - Calvin Is Led To Geneva
11 - Labours and Perils In Geneva
12 - The Doctrines of Grace
13 - Calvin's Work at Strasburg
14 - The Reformer's Work at Geneva
15 - Calvin and Servetus
16 - Influence Upon England
17 - The Reformer's Last Days
18 - Estimate of Calvin's Work
19 - Estimate of Calvin's Character
20 - What The Reformation Really Means
21 - Our Present Position, Privilege, and Duty

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