Upon this, Wesley drew a lot to determine whether he should publish his anti-calvinistic views.
Bancroft, who followed him, was as earnest in enforcing his anti-calvinistic dogma of the divine right of the episcopate.
The religious doctrines of John Calvin. Calvin stressed that people are saved through God's grace, not through their own merits. The most famous of Calvin's ideas is his doctrine of predestination. In the United States, the Presbyterians make up the largest single group of Christians in the Calvinist tradition.