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Transcript of 改教的延續：加爾文
Wednesday, March 5, 2014
Vol XCIII, No. 311
10 July 1509 – 27 May 1564
Jeanne le Franc
Collège de Montaigu
University of Orléans
University of Bourges
"God by a
subdued and brought my mind to a teachable frame, which was more hardened in such matters than might have been expected from one at my early period of life. Having thus received
some taste and knowledge of true godliness
, I was immediately inflamed with so intense a desire to make progress therein, that although I did not altogether leave off other studies, yet I
pursued them with less ardour
Being exceedingly alarmed at the misery into
which I had fallen
, and much more at that which threatened me in view of eternal death, I, duty bound, made it my first business to betake myself to your way, condemning my past life, not without groans and tears. And now, O Lord, what remains to a
wretch like me
, but instead of defence, earnestly to supplicate you not to judge that fearful abandonment of your Word according to its deserts, from which in your
wondrous goodness you have at last delivered me
Calvin回憶: Commentary on 1 Thessalonians
Collège de la Marche
grammar, logic and rhetoric
Jacques Lefèvre d’Etaples
以French humanist 態度看路德作品
Girard Cauvin had been excommunicated by the cathedral chapter, and he died on 26 May 1531 without the sacraments of the Church.
Friendship was a legal concept, and what exists between friends was a contract of reciprocity
Calvin’s Reply Letter to Sadole
Erasmian account of scripture with unmistakably Lutheran overtones
Law and Gospel
Preface: Erasmus’ Paraclesis
Luther’s interpretation of Matthew 5:3
"The Gospel acts without threats, it does not drive one on by precepts, but rather teaches us about the supreme good will of God towards us."
Calvin stayed for several years in the city of Angoulême, still wearing the mask of a Catholic, appearing at church, but as little as possible. He was used by the chapter to give Latin sermons as was the custom when the synod assembled for the Supper. He did this two or three times in the Church of St Peter. During his stay in Angoulême he did not preach, pray, or worship in any way contrary to the Catholic custom.
the Christian life as a pilgrimage through the world towards eternity
Melanchton, Loci Communes 1521
Luther， Small Catechism 1522
Luther， Large Catechism 1529
Calvin, Institutes of the Christian Religion 1536
Museum of the Reformation, Geneva
‘Nearly the whole of sacred doctrine consists in these two parts: knowledge of God and of ourselves.’
The Edict of Coucy of July 1536
mass was to be abolished in the Vaud
first reformation edict 19 October
removal of altars, images and liturgical instruments.
Catechism or Instruction of the Christian Religion of the Church of Geneva
New Election of Council
Calvin 與 Farel
confession of faith
Articles on the Organization of the Church and its Worship at Geneva
Champion of Protestant unity
Tertullian in the debate on the Lord’s Supper
Strasbourg decided to loan Calvin to Geneva for six months. Calvin returned on 13 September 1541
pastors to preach and to administer the sacraments
doctors to instruct believers in the faith
elders to provide
deacons to care for the poor and needy
Michael Servetus (1553)
"for if he came, as far as my authority goes, I would not let him leave alive."
Son of eternal God
Eternal Son of God
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