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Vii. John Calvin on the Salvation of Early-Dying Infants

By Calvin, John

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Title: Vii. John Calvin on the Salvation of Early-Dying Infants  
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Calvin, J. (n.d.). Vii. John Calvin on the Salvation of Early-Dying Infants. Retrieved from http://www.ebooklibrary.org/


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Excerpt: This brings us to the views of quite the greatest of all Protestant Reformers: John Calvin, the genius of Geneva. Here, we shall give a very extensive treatment of the way he viewed early-dying infants - and more in particular those of unbelieving parents. First, we shall see how Calvin perceived the congenital stain of Adam?s first transgression alias original sin. Then, we trace his perceptions thereof from Adam' s fall to Noah' s flood.


 

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