The old English makes this an bit of a struggle to read but it is still well worth the effort to do so.
I did look at some other Kindle editions of the Institutes and found them lacking the interactive table of contents necessary for a usable reference work.
This book should be in the library of every student of John Calvin, and should be read by anyone attempting an understanding of reformed theology.
I had no idea that it was only the first Volume. Nowhere in the description did I find any information about it being volume one only. Read morePublished 3 hours ago by Levi Victor Crawford
"Institutes of the Christian Religion" takes a back seat only to the Bible itself. The book is approximately 1,000 pages in a relatively small font, so it may be a bit... Read morePublished 1 month ago by bill hitchcock
A must read for every Christian. Just as relevant today as when it was first written. Don't just Rio wants read it twice.Published 2 months ago by Kelly Turney
A must for the home library for theology students and seminary as well. But Calvin is so complex and convoluted in his writing I found his ideas much easier to understand by... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Carl R D'Agostino( DAG)
I am in the middle of reading the Institutes cover-to-cover and have found the experience to be incredibly enjoyable and valuable. The organization of this format is incredible. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Logan Ford
Gave great insight and depth to the topic at hand. It was well written and a joy to read. I will read it again soon.Published 4 months ago by gidolgibor
By far one of my best purchases. The book was in perfect condition, without a scratch. I would love to do business againPublished 4 months ago by Nathan
Nothing I'd ever heard about Calvin (positive or negative) really prepared me for actually reading what he had to say, nor especially how he said it. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Thomas Nash