There is a striking congeniality between the great Reformer and the author of this book. Both are called by God. Both accept the authority of Holy Scripture humbly and unreservedly. Both are endowed with the keen, analytical mind of a lawyer. And both possess the ability to present what they have assimilated — lucidly, coherently, and very readably.
I am particularly happy that Professor Lee has undertaken this study in an age of confusion. Calvin, the well-balanced Christian Philosopher and Theologian, had a clear insight into the principles underlying the Sciences. He was the first to formulate the doctrine of common grace and its bearing on Science.