My rating: 3 of 5 stars
This book was good, but much of it felt like scrounging around for scraps of "Calvinism" in a junkyard of liberal and quasi-Reformed assumptions. One contribution, oddly titled "John Calvin: Accidental Anthropologist," was almost entirely useless in its attempt to construct a "Catholic Calvin." Others were better, particularly the opening contribution which chronicled some important religious adversaries of Calvin. A couple others were good, but at best the book was just okay. It could have been better, maybe.