Here is an article I found about Calvin. Perhaps someone on here will know if John Calvin repented of his "murder/s". What is your take on this? http://www.sullivan-county.com/identity/reformers.htm JOHN CALVIN WAS A MURDERER Not only was the founder of Calvinism, John Calvin, a great deceiver, but he was also a murderer! Here are John Calvin's own words about Michael Servetus: "If he(Servetus) comes(to Geneva), I shall never let him go out alive if my authority has weight." "I hope that the verdict will call for the death penalty." In Geneva, on October 27, 1553, Michael Servetus was tied to a stake and was burned slowly to death: www.encyclopedia.com/articlesnew/11716.html Here is what John Calvin had to say about Michael Servetus after he was burned to death: "Many people have accused me of such ferocious cruelty that(they allege) I would like to kill again the man I have destroyed. Not only am I indifferent to their comments, but I rejoice in the fact that they spit in my face." "Whoever shall now contend that it is unjust to put heretics and blasphemers to death will knowingly and willingly incur their very guilt." John Calvin was not a Christian, my friends, but he was an egotistical tyrant and a cold-blooded killer! How anyone can follow the warped teachings of this deranged monster from the past is beyond belief. A man named Sebastian Castellio wrote against what Calvin did to Servetus and he made this tremendous statement: "To kill a man is not to defend a doctrine. It is to kill a man!" Castellio paid a great price for standing up to Calvin the tyrant. He was hounded and persecuted by John Calvin until his death. Murderers like John Calvin and Martin Luther are not Christians: 1 John 3:15- ye know that no murderer hath eternal life abiding in him. For more on Calvin see Calvinism and The Servetus Murder In five years, 1542-46, Geneva, with 16,000 inhabitants, had fifty-seven executions and seventy-six banishments. All these sentences were sanctioned by John Calvin. Heard a sermon on David tonight. We all know that David confessed his sins concerning adultery and murder, but does anyone know if there is a historical record of Calvin ever confessing to his Murder/s?