Theodore Beza: The Man and the Myth
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Theodore Beza was a man who in his day was one of the luminaries of the Protestant world, who took the reins of the beleaguered Calvinistic movement after its namesake's death, and who influenced English-speaking Protestantism more than you might imagine.
In this book, Shawn D. Wright casts light on a figure often neglected and helps illustrate the significant impact of his faith and influence.
"For a man who was John Calvin's assistant and successor, Theodore Beza is surprisingly little known. This book does us the great service of introducing the man in and through his major works."?
- Gerald Bray, Research Professor, Beeson Divinity School at Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama
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