Calvin the Liturgist: How ‘Calvinist’ is Your Church’s Liturgy? | Reformed Worship Posted by Patrick T. McWilliams on February 3, 2014 Posted in: Uncategorized. Tagged: Somerset Reformed Fellowship. 2 Comments Calvin the Liturgist: How ‘Calvinist’ is Your Church’s Liturgy? | Reformed Worship. HT: Jason Punches of Somerset Reformed Fellowship Share this:PrintFacebookTwitterMoreEmailRedditLinkedInPinterestPocketTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related Posts navigation ← Adam4d.com – The Great Exchange: a visual explanation The liberals were right on one point →
By George, I think he was getting it: “in Geneva he replaced the absolution with a statement of forgiveness”! 🙂
Frustrating though, that the “Strassburg” date is left tantalizingly incomplete@ “15___”.
According to Wikipedia, he was in Strasbourg, France (near Germany) from 1538-41. Strassburg is in Austria. Hope the author got the absolution bit right… 😛
Yeah, if there had been space to leave a comment, I would have said something about all the typos! Still a good article, nonetheless, I thought.