John Calvin's success

Although Martin Luther was the originator of the Protestant Reformation, a younger man, John Calvin, had an even more far-reaching influence. Describe and explain John Calvin's success.

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...sed by his Ecclesiastical Ordinances. Please note how he "rejected the organization of the Medieval Church as contrary to the New Testament. He wanted a church modeled on the church in Apostolic times. There were to be no bishops. All ministers were equal. They had to preach, administer the sacraments and look after the spiritual welfare of the people. Moral ...