Happy New Year with Calvin

Hey All,

I've noticed various people around the theo-blogosphere posting New Year's Day reflections, and so I figured that I should put up something. Since today is my 5th wedding anniversary, however, I'm not going to put up much...

But, I do want to call your attention to an initiative that the Continuing Education department here at Princeton Theological Seminary is undertaking for the new year. They are organizing a community to read through Calvin's Institutes a little bit every day over the course of the year, in celebration of his 500th birthday. There will also be reflections on the content posted a little less regularly. I plan to follow along as best I can, and I encourage you to do the same.

Make 2009 a year of Calvin! One could do much worse...

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