Twenty-eight sermons preached at Geneva in 1550–51. Calvin highlights the centrality of Scripture and concentrates on the doctrine of God, providence, pain, evil, and suffering.
John Calvin (1509-1564) was a theological giant of the Protestant Reformation. A contemporary of Martin Luther, he had as much influence over this period of history as his German counterpart. In 1536 he published his famous Institutes of the Christian Religion, which was a systematic presentation of the Protestant position. His writings are still cherished and relevant today.
"Calvin's vibrant and vital preaching is heard in these sermons on Micah translated by veteran Calvin scholar Benjamin Farley. Though preached centuries ago to Calvin's Geneva congregation, the sermons come alive for our time through this superb translation." — Donald K. McKim
"Farley is a seasoned interpreter of Calvin's legacy, and I welcome his fresh translation of Calvin's Sermond on the Book of Micah. Calvin's vocation as a minister of the divine Word is nowhere better seen than in his pulpit work, and these sermons give us new insight into Calvin the preacher." — Timothy George