| › Introduction - INSTITUTES
A New Translation by Henry Beveridge, Esq
The Instit ...read|
| › The Original Translator's Preface - PREFIXED TO THE FOURTH EDITION 1581 AND REPRINTED VERBATIM IN ALL THE SUBSEQUENT EDITIONS.
T[HOMAS] N[ORTON], THE TRANSLATOR TO THE READER.
Good r ...read|
| › Prefatory Address - TO
HIS MOST CHRISTIAN MAJESTY,
THE MOST MIGHTY AND ILLUSTRIOUS MONARCH,
FRANCIS, KING OF THE FRENCH,
HIS SOVEREIGN; 
JOHN CALVIN PRAYS PEACE ...read|
| › The Epistle to the Reader - [prefixed to the second edition, published at strasburg in 1539.]
In the First Edition of this work, having no expectation of the success which God ...read|
| › Subject of the Present Work - [prefixed to the french edition, published at geneva in 1545.]
In order that my Readers may be the better able to profit by the present work, I am ...read|
| › Epistle to the Reader - [prefixed to the last edition, revised by the author.]
In the first edition of this work, having not the least expectation of the success which God ...read|
| › Method and Arrangement - METHOD AND ARRANGEMENT, OR SUBJECT OF THE WHOLE WORK.
[From an epitome of the institutions, by gaspar olevian.]
The subject handled by the autho ...read|
| › General Index of Chapters - BOOK FIRST.
OF THE KNOWLEDGE OF GOD THE CREATOR.
1. Connection between the Knowledge of God and the Knowledge of Ourselves. ...read|
| › One Hundred Aphorisms - ONE HUNDRED APHORISMS, CONTAINING, WITHIN A NARROW COMPASS, THE SUBSTANCE AND ORDER OF THE FOUR BOOKS OF THE INSTITUTES OF THE CHRISTIAN RELIGION. [6 ...read|