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John Calvin Quotes

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Wherefore all theology, when separated from Christ, is not only vain and confused, but is also mad, deceitful, and spurious; for, though the philosophers sometimes utter excellent sayings, yet they have nothing but what is short-lived, and even mixed up with wicked and erroneous sentiments.

    Topics: Theology, Philosophy

Those who disrupt the body of Christ and split its unity into schisms are quite excluded from the hope of salvation, so long as they remain in dissidence of this kind.

    Topics: Unity

For men have no taste for (God's power) till they are convinced of their need of it and they immediately forget its value unless they are conditionally reminded by awareness of their own weakness.

    Topics: Weakness
    Source: Calvin's New Testament Commentaries, 2 Corinthians, Timothy, Titus, Philemon, 1964, p. 161.

Lawful worship consists in obedience alone.

    Topics: Worship, Obedience

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