Institutes of the Christian Religion
A New Translation, by Henry Beveridge, Esq
Edinburgh: Printed for The Calvin Translation Society, 1845
Table of Contents
Book One: Of the Knowledge of God the Creator
Book Two: Of the knowledge of God the Redeemer, in Christ, as first manifested to the fathers, under the law, and thereafter to us under the gospel.
Book Three: The mode of obtaining the grace of Christ. The benefits it confers, and the effects resulting from it.
Book Four: Of the external means or helps by which God allures us into fellowship with Christ, and keeps us in it.
The Printers to the Readers.
The Original Translator's Preface: Prefixed to the fourth edition, 1581.
Prefatory Address: To Francis, King of the French.
The Epistle to the Reader: Prefixed to the second edition, 1539.
Subject of the Present Work: Prefixed to the French Edition, 1545.
Epistle to the Reader: Prefixed to the last Edition, revised by the Author.1559.
Method and Arrangement, or Subject of the Whole Work.
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Index of Authors Cited in the Institutes
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