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“Positive thinking starts in the 19th century as a somewhat reasonable response to Calvinism,” she explained.
He was not many years removed from the sound of a preaching of the straitest New England Calvinism.Ramona|Helen Hunt Jackson
Sire, Calvinism will save France by setting up a moral barrier between her and a nation which covets the empire of the world.Catherine de' Medici|Honore de Balzac
Calvinism, above all theological creeds, might be supposed antipathetic to him.
If they invited her to Scotland, it was in the name of the Parliament which had set up Calvinism as the law of the land.
Calvinism drew with it a thirst for political liberty, and religious revolution became the prelude to political revolution.
British Dictionary definitions for Calvinism
Derived forms of CalvinismCalvinist, noun, adjectiveCalvinistic or Calvinistical, adjective
Cultural definitions for Calvinism
The religious doctrines of John Calvin. Calvin stressed that people are saved through God's grace, not through their own merits. The most famous of Calvin's ideas is his doctrine of predestination. In the United States, the Presbyterians make up the largest single group of Christians (see also Christian) in the Calvinist tradition.