John Calvin

Protestant Reformation


John Calvin is an influential theologian during the Protestant Reformation. His ideas were inspired by Augustine and preached the doctrine of predestination.



John Calvin is the principle figure of the development of Christian theology, also known as Calvinism. Calvinism is a theological system that emphasizes predestination and salvation. John believed that everyone is born with their fate of predestination or salvation, that it doesn't matter how much good or bad you do in a lifetime, because the fate given to you wont change. He also believed that life should be liven plain and simple, plain clothes, no jewelry, no music.