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Geneʹva Doctrines

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Calvinism. Calvin, in 1541, was invited to take up his residence in Genèva as the public teacher of theology. From this period Geneva was for many years the centre of education for the Protestant youths of Europe.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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General Funk
General Issue
Generalissimo (g soft)
Generous (g soft)
Geneura (g soft)
Geneva (g soft)
Geneva Bible
Geneva Bible (The)
Geneva Bull
Geneva Courage
Geneva Doctrines
Geneva Print (Reading)
Geneviève (St.)
Genii King
Genitive Case
Genius, Genii (Roman mythology)
Genius Loci (Latin)
Genoa
Genovefa (g soft)
Genre Painter (genre 1 syl.)
Gens Braccata