because we are so convinced of the all-pervasive character of human sinfulness, we have made it one of our special Calvinist callings to keep reminding other Christians that there is no dimension of our created life that does not afford a real—and often deceptively subtle—opportunity for rebellion against the will of God. In particular, then, while we have no problem admitting that the erotic aspect of our lives was a part of the creation that God originally called good, we also want to point to the real danger that under sinful conditions the erotic can also become a staging area for a violation of the Creator’s purposes.
Theology Geek joke by Deacon Scott Dodge
Rushdoony's Critique of Calvin's Geneva, Chalcedon
Humanist Reformer, review by T. M. Moore of Calvin: A Biography, by Bernard Cottret, First Things, April 2001
Calvin and the Christian Calling, by Alister McGrath, First Things June/July 1999