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HISTORY of Christian Theology

The main branch of the Reformed Protestant tradition that took its name from its founder, John Calvin. It is characterized by a strong belief in predestination, anti- and austere lifestyle. It began in Geneva Switzerland and spread though areas of France, the Low Countries, Germany, England and Scotland. It became the most dynamic branch of Protestantism in the later half of the 16th century.

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