This book is the first monograph devoted to the theme of divine accommodation in the writings of John Calvin to appear in any language. The work offers careful analysis of the topic along several different lines: it analyzes the character of Calvins thinking on accommodation. It gives an account of the ways in which accommodation expresses itself in his writings. It probes the question of the penetration of accommodation into Calvins theology and particularly its implications for his doctrine of God. And it compares Calvins handling of accommodation with that of other exegetes in order to set his thinking in context. In pursuing these matters, Dr Balserak provides a rigorous consideration of many of the individual places in Calvins corpus where he discusses accommodation. This enables him to set out a summary of the basic qualities which characterize Calvins handling of the motif. The addition of chapters on the relationship of Calvins thought on accommodation to his use of the potentia absoluta/ordinata distinction and on the influence of accommodation on his views on the truth and applicability of Scripture allows this study to examine its topic from different angles. This, coupled with the thoroughness of the authors analysis, results in a work which offers a substantial reassessment of Calvin's thinking on divine accommodation.