John Calvin on Injustices committed against the Christian

This is from Calvin’s masterpiece, Institutes of Christian Religion (1:17:8),

When unjustly assailed by men, overlooking their malice (which could only aggravate our grief, and whet our minds for vengeance), let us remember to ascend to God, and learn to hold it for certain, that whatever an enemy wickedly committed against us was permitted, and sent by His righteous dispensation.

I gather that this might not be well received in some circles…

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One Response to John Calvin on Injustices committed against the Christian

  1. Tall Teacher says:

    I do like reading your blog. It reminds me that there are still intelligent and christian Christians out there.

    Keep up the good work.

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