John Calvin, one of the great Reformation leaders, is known for his excellent methods of interpretation and exposition. There is no introduction to this work, though a very interesting dedication is made by Calvin to the Prince Henry of Vendome, future king of France. The comments themselves draw out the important aspects of divine covenant, God's plans for humanity and the awesome nature of God's being. This commentary is a fine example of Calvin's thought and theology. A good commentary for teachers, scholars or the dedicated lay person.