Commentary on Jonah, Micah, Nahum

by John Calvin


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In this small volume, John Calvin provides an interesting commentary on the books of Jonah, Micah, and Nahum. Regarded as one of the Reformation's best interpreters of scripture, Calvin is an apt commentator. In particular, he frequently offers his own translations of a passage, explaining the subtleties and nuances of his translation. He has a penchant for incorporating keen pastoral insight into the text as well. He always interacts with other theologians, commentators, and portions of the Bible when interpreting a particular passage. Calvin's Commentary on Jonah, Micah, and Nahum is instructive and practical. It will prove useful to theologians and laypeople alike.

Tim Perrine
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John Calvin
Source: Wikipedia
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Born: July 10, 1509, Francio
Died: May 27, 1564, Geneva
Related topics: Biography, Calvin, Jean,--1509-1564, Calvinism, Commentaries, Early works
Basic information: John Calvin was an influential French theologian and pastor during the Protestant Reformation. He was a principal figure in the development of the system of Christian theology later called Calvinism. Originally trained as a humanist lawyer, he broke from the Roman Catholic Church around 1530.
Popular works: Institutes of the Christian Religion, Calvin's Commentaries—Complete, Commentary on Romans, Commentary on Psalms - Volume 1, Commentary on Matthew, Mark, Luke - Volume 1

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