Jean Calvin Chapter

The Huguenot Society of Florida

 

 

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The Jean Calvin Chapter was formed in 1979. The chapter was named after Jean Cauvin/Calvin (1509-1564) who studied to be a priest in Paris, France. He earned a Doctorate in Law. He was influenced by Martin Luther and called for reforms of the established church. His Calvinistic legacy has come down into many Protestant denominations throughout Europe and America.


The Musée Jean Calvin is located inside Calvin's reconstructed birth house in Noyon, France. Photo Creative Commons LicensePhotoLRX.

More Jean Calvin links and photos can be found at the site for the Jean Calvin Museum.

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This site last updated February 28, 2014.

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