|!||This article is within the scope of WikiProject Religion, an attempt to build a comprehensive guide to Religion-related articles on Conservapedia. If you would like to participate, you can edit this article, or visit the project page, where you can join the project and/or contribute to the discussion.|
"Calvin received an excellent education." From where? Why is it excellent? Why is this statement even being made?
You shouldn't have to in-line explain tonsuring. It's off subject, and needs its own entry if you really want to talk about it.
"Eventually the Protestant thinkers at the University won Calvin to their way of thinking". 'Won to' is awkward/amateurish sounding. It doesn't make any sense.
The entire last paragraph is italicized. Why?
Saying that they "over-emphasize" predestination is a normative/judgmental statement. Why even mention it?
This entire article needs to be re-written. It just sounds awful.
--WOVcenter 12:37, 8 March 2007 (EST)