Students of the Reformation, those interested in the relationship of church and state, followers of John Calvin, and all others who enjoy reading history at first hand, will welcome the appearance in modern English of this historic document translated from the Latin and French. Covering the period from 1541 to 1564, the Register includes the irregularly kept deliberations, decisions, ordinances, and other matters of importance concerning the state and government of the ministers of the Genevan church during these crucial years.
Philip E. Hughes
Philip Edgcumbe Hughes served as Vice Principal of Tyndale Hall, Secretary of the Church Society, and as visiting Professor at Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia. His publications include 'Theology of the English Reformers', 'Commentary on II Corinthians', 'But for the Grace of God', and 'Confirmation in the Church Today'.