Reading assignment for Calvin’s birthday

Today is the 500th anniversary of John Calvin‘s birth. And to mark the occassion, you may want to study a few Catholic works refuting Calvinism. For a brief treatment, try Jimmy Akin’s article titled A Tiptoe Through TULIP from the September 1993 issue of This Rock magazine. Another great resource is St. Francis de Sales’ The Catholic Controversy, a book that collects many leaflets or tracts he wrote in the late 16th Century while evangelizing a Calvinist region (see my post Sold on de Sales for a bit more info). Happy reading!

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