I've wanted to read the Institutes for a long time and when I finally got it for my Kindle I couldn't wait to get started.
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.
Originally written to give basic understanding of Christian doctrine, they became one of the earliest systematic theologies of the Reformed tradition.
I expected this book to have language that was difficult to get through. It's actually pretty easy to follow and very helpful. I especially recommend book 3 chapter 8.Published 3 days ago by Melissa
I will not rate this book based on errors in the formatting. I don't believe that is fair. I will review this books based on the content of the book. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Dean
I'm a Calvinist... Of course I'm going to be biased about the content, so I'll just review the quality of the construction. It is a sewn binding in a hardcover. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Snyder's Soapbox
This is a classic by the Protestant Reformer John Calvin. Even if you're not a Calvinist, this is well worth reading for its historical importance. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tertullian
A true Christian classic formatted for Kindle. Ease to maneuver within Kindle and find specific pages and topics. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mark Jabusch
This is probably a very good edition and interpretation of the work by John Calvin. However, I couldn't get through the introduction. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ian Simpson