On the cusp of John calvin's 500th anniversary, new generations of Christians have discovered and embraced a "New Calvinism," finding in the Reformed tradition a rich theological vision and deep committment to sound Christian doctrine. In Letters to a Young Calvinist, Reformed theologian and philosopher James K.A. Smith warmly invites others into this tradition to find in the person of John Calvin a vision even larger than the New Calvinism might suggest. By using a letter-styled format for each of his chapters, Smith provides a creative method for imparting the wisdom of the Calvinistic tradition upon younger generations of Reformed Christians. Together they sketch a comprehensive vision of Calvinism that is generous, winsome, and altogether imaginative.
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