Young Calvin in Paris

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This companion volume to The College Days of Calvin continues the story of young Calvin’s character, fortitude, and godliness in the midst of trial. is little book provides more of the same enduring example of the God’s sustaining providence toward his children, especially in uncertain times of trial, danger, subterfuge, and tyranny.

These easy-to-read annals relate the continued growth and infuence of young Calvin on the Protestant Reformation, the examples of faith in the small circle of followers close to him, and the merciless and tireless tyrannies and murders of the Roman Catholic church in trying to eradicate the Reformed “heretics.”

Through it all, we see the Reformed faith not only endure, but prevail and grow. These true stories of courage and faith are perfectly narrated to be useful for Christian schools as well as family devotions. Read these stories to your children!

About the Author: William Maxwell Blackburn (1828-1898) was an ordained Presbyterian minister who served multiple congregations, was Church History professor at Seminary of the Northwest in Chicago (1868–1880), and briefly served as the first President of the University of North Dakota (1884–1885).

Specifications: Paperback

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