Calvin and the Resignification of the World

Calvin and the Resignification of the World

Calvin and the Resignification of the World

Provides the first extended study of Calvin's 1559 Institutio in conversation with critical theorists of religion, modernity, sovereignty, and political theology.

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Pages : 331 pages
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