"No future study of 16th-century Geneva can ignore this work,"---Choice. Based on Naphy's extensive study of the archives, this is perhaps the finest modern study of the period from 1541 to 1555, when Calvin turned Geneva into an international center for the emerging Protestant movement. 272 pages, softcover. Westminster/John Knox.
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