Calvin as Biblical Interpreter among the Ancient Philosophers

@inproceedings{Steinmetz2009CalvinAB,
  title={Calvin as Biblical Interpreter among the Ancient Philosophers},
  author={David Curtis Steinmetz},
  year={2009}
}
God providentially guided the ancient classical authors into the perception of truths and the unmasking of errors. Even the errors they never caught are instructive. For Calvin, the only proper response to this rich intellectual heritage for a devout Christian people called to love God with their minds as well as with their hearts must always remain profound gratitude. 
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