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John Calvin, is considered alongside Martin Luther, to be among the most significant figures in the Protestant Reformation. He was a major formulator of the theological beliefs and doctrine of the protestant churches, and the author of the most famous, and important, religious books ever published.
Martin Luther may have begun the reformation movement, but it was John Calvin who was the guiding spirit, developing the beliefs, doctrines and finalising the rigorous plans for the overhaul of the church.
John Calvin was born in 1509 and spent his earliest years under the care of a Noble Fam…
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