Coffee with Calvin.
Calvin’s writings do not usually conjure up thoughts of Daily Devotions to most people. This book looks like it will dispel any doubts that Calvin had a pastor’s heart and was a firm believer in having a practical faith and was not a proponent of cerebral doctrines.
Book InfoCoffee with Calvin: Daily Devotions
by Donald McKim
Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press
Reason: Review copy from NetGalley
These eighty-four practical devotions offer an accessible look into the enduring theology of John Calvin. Each day’s devotion presents a short excerpt from Calvin’s Institutes of the Christian Religion, followed by a topical reflection by Donald K. McKim. The book is organized into eight sections and arranged for either daily or weekly devotional study. The sections are organized thematically, allowing readers the flexibility to delve into the topics they are most interested in. Readers will come away seeing Calvin as an eminently practical theologian with timeless insights into the Christian life.
Donald K. McKim has served as an acquisitions editor for Westminster John Knox Press, for Presbyterian curriculum, and for These Days daily devotional magazine. He is the author of numerous books, including More Presbyterian Questions, More Presbyterian Answers and A "Down and Dirty" Guide to Theology.
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