Reymond presents us John Calvin the man. The reality of his identity is quite different from the caricature often painted today. He was a man of deep spirituality with real love for his fellow man and God, and tremendous intellectual abilities. In addition to discussing his life and influence, Reymond devotes a chapter to Calvin’s role in the Geneva burning of Michael Servetus. Succinct and compelling, this book will serve to challenge Christians to take more interest in their historical heritage and to read Calvin for themselves.