I. Calvin's Goals and Marks of the true Church A. Marks of the true church B. Church power and authority II. Calvin's view of the ministry: men as God's schoolmasters A. The minister's call B. The office and labor of minister C. The minister as voice of God D. The preacher as God's physical presence III. Calvin the Preacher A. Calvin's early preaching in Geneva and Strassbourg B. Frequency and sermon corpus C. The main characteristic of Calvin's preaching Conclusion
For more information, see:
Articles on Calvin and Calvinism: Vol. 3, Calvin's work in Geneva; Vol 10: Calvin's Ecclesiology/Sacraments/Deacons; Vol. 11: Economic and Social/Church and State.
‚ÄúCalvin Bibliography‚ÄĚ, in David W. Hall, Tributes to John Calvin, (P&R 2010), 430-34.
Dr. Richard Gamble is senior pastor of the College Hill Reformed Presbyterian Church and Professor of Systematic Theology at Reformed Theological Seminary in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He is internationally recognized as a Calvin scholar and has been the author, editor or...