To answer your rebuttal to me, I can definitely say that the evidence of praying doesn't mean anything. There any many Roman Catholic monasteries and convents where prayer is done continually.

As a matter of fact, prayer should be done privately, in secret. Matthew 6:6 So, if Calvin's prayers were open to public knowledge, this only indicates he didn't follow Scripture.

Are you insane? Is Christ guilty of sin for having made public knowledge the Lord's Prayer?

We are to pray in private RATHER THAN to seek accolades for false righteousness by praying aloud on the street corner. We are not commanded that we should never pray aloud or in public!


I tell you, this man went down to his house justified.