Flashcards in Lesson 15 Deck (16):
The forerunner of the Unitarian movement was Emmanuel Swedenborg.
Emmanuel Swenborg denied the Trinity
John Calvin's major work was published in A.D. 1536
John Calvin's major work was called the Institutes of the Christian Religion
The Institutes is an unsystematic, free-flowing, treatise on Arminian Theology.
Calvin conceded that the terminology of the Trinity was unscriptural.
Calvin condemned the Catholic's use of statues.
Tradition and Scripture are on an equal plain according to Calvin.
Calvin developed a theocracy int he city of Geometri, Switzerland.
There is a great similarity between Lutheran and Reformed Theology.
The largest group today representing Calvin's theology is the Presbyterians.
Calvin believed the Church had a moral right to overthrow government when it was morally wrong
Calvin believed the Church ruled supreme through the Pope.
Double predestination means God elects some persons for heaven and all else are without salvation
Justification by faith for Calvin meant God declared the sinner to be just.