A master Calvin scholar, Parker guides you through all of Calvin's Old Testament expositions in this eminently readable work. His theological insights and extensive quotations help you hear Calvin in refreshingly new ways. He begins by describing the composition and delivery of Calvin's commentaries, lectures, and sermons. He then explains Calvin's view on the relationship between the Old and New Testaments, and discusses the presence of Christ in the Old Testament. The different ways in which Calvin expounded the legal, historical, and prophetic aspects of the Old Testament conclude the volume. 248 pages, paper from Westminster.