Kelly traces Calvinism's effects on the governments of Geneva, France, Scotland, England, and colonial America.
Douglas F. Kelly is professor of theology at Reformed Theological Seminary in Charlotte, North Carolina. He holds a BA from University of North Carolina, an MDiv from Union Theological Seminary, and a PhD from Edinburgh University. Dr. Kelly is a scholar marked by profound piety. His grasp of theology and his proficiency in several languages are well demonstrated in his writing, series editing, and translating. He has taught throughout the world and has served on the Jurisprudence Project of The Christian Legal Society.
. . . an excellent book . . . on a subject which needs elucidation... (Kellys interpretation is right on target. He manifests a breadth of reading as well as in-depth understanding.
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