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  • After two years of pastoring in Geneva, anti-Protestant officials forced Calvin to leave once again. This time he continued to Strasbourg, old Germany his initial destination. Here he became the statesman of a Church for French exiles, however, remained to assist the Reformation action in Geneva. This further popularised Calvinism and the "Institutes" across Europe.
  • You are exiled for heresy to Strasbourg, Old Germany
  • In 1541 John Calvin was requested back to Geneva to lead the Protestant Church. In his return, Calvin used Evangelical policies to establish a new ecclesiastical government and alter the liturgy reflecting his Institutes. In 1555 he was granted complete supremacy as the political and spiritual leader of Geneva.
  • What should I call French followers of Calvinism? I know Huguenots. 
  • Calvin's Institutes was primarily about God's sovereignty, and that all humans are sinful and only by the initiative of God can they experience salvation. Calvinism spread throughout Europe and is a doctrine in many Protestant Churchs after his death on May 27, 1564.
  • John Calvin
  • pffft.. Your not reading this in a Catholic School are you?!
  •  1509 - 1564
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