Calvin and Beza

Theodore Beza (shown right of Calvin above) was Calvin's successor in Geneva.

Theodore Beza

Movement Magisterial Reformation
Born Vezelay, 1516
Died Geneva, 1605
Significance Beza was a French reformed theologian. John Calvin appointed Beza to be the rector in the academy in Geneva. He became the leader of the church in Geneva after Calvin's death.
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