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History of the Reformation in the Time of Calvin, Vol. 2

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This is the second book (Picture shows Vol. 1 but this is Vol. 2) in a set of four books that was originally 16 volumes and published as eight volumes in 1867. This set was out of print for 150 years. Jean Henri Merle d'Aubigne (1794-1872), was born in Geneva, Switzerland, to French Protestant (Huguenot) parents. He was highly educated, but not as a Christian. Calvin and the Reformation was no longer a great influence in Geneva. Robert Haldane, a Scottish Presbyterian, visited the city in 1817 and as a result, many, including d'Aubigne, were converted. At this point, d'Aubigne took up theological studies and was ordained. He became the pastor of the French Reformed Church in Hamburg in 1818. He eventually spent 41 years as professor of church history in Geneva. This edition closely follows the original text and the page numbering matches the original. Author: J.H. Merle d'Aubigne. Pages: 2039. Publisher: Hartland Publications. Cover: paperback