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<transcy>Small treatise on the Lord's supper (Petit traité sur la cène)</transcy>

Jean Calvin
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The doctrine of the Lord's Supper has caused much discord in the history of the Church. In this little book, published in 1541, the same year as the first French edition of the Institution of the Christian religion , Jean Calvin explains to us how the Last Supper is a great source of benefits for believers. He presents the elements of a debate that raged in his day, and teaches us his position regarding this practice instituted by Christ himself. Its objective is to seek unity by proposing a formula around which all can unite.

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Jean Calvin (1509-1564) was a French theologian, an important reformer and an emblematic pastor of the Protestant Reformation of the XVI e century, in particular for his contribution to the so-called "Calvinist" doctrine. A hard worker, he wrote commentaries on a large number of Bible books, thus putting literature at the service of theology.

Table of contents

1. To what end and for what reason did the Lord institute this holy sacrament?
2. What is the fruit or the usefulness of this sacrament?
3. What is the legitimate use of this sacrament?
4. The errors and superstitions which mar this sacrament
5. The source of the disagreement between Luther, Zwingli and Oecolampade


Author : Jean Calvin
Publisher : Impact Héritage
Publication : July 2019
ISBN : 978-2-924773-29-1
Pages : 67
Dimensions : 5 "x 7"
Format : paperback < br> Weight : 74 g