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Posted April 30, 2001
<p>John Calvin's commentary is the best commentary set available. His explanations of passages are extensive but reasonably easy to understand. They are also generally theologically sound, from a Calvinist viewpoint of course. But I would disagree with his disagreement of Anabaptist views on baptism.</p> <p> What¿s interesting is that Calvin¿s harsh statements seen in his <i>Institutes</i> are for the most part lacking in this volume. He simply treats the passages in a straightforward manner. Even when he presents views he disagrees with, he¿s not as harsh as he is in his <i>Institutes</i>. But still, he could have toned down his rhetorical some. </p>
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