Like most good theologians, Calvin concludes his theology with reference to points mentioned toward the end of the Apostles' Creed.
First, he describes his model for the church - one that differs markedly from the hierarchical model developed during the Middle Ages.
Second, he sets forth his approach to the sacraments, which the reader may note tends to be a middle way between Luther and Zwingli.
Third, Calvin sets forth his creative and highly influential approach to civil government, something of importance to the formation of modern political philosophy.
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