In all Bibles, published under the care of the Geneva reformers and their followers, the books of the New Testament presented in a conventional manner, in accordance with the official declaration of this branch of the Reformation . According to Calvin, as expressed in his influential work Fundamentals of the Christian faith, the authority of Scripture is not based on the establishment of the Church, and on the internal testimony of St.. Spirit (testimonium Spiritus sancti internum) . At the same time, however, Calvin uses philological methods, verifying the authorship of several books, and recognizing the importance of the Epistle to the Hebrews, has denied his affiliation to the Apostle Paul. The style of the 2nd Epistle of Peter is different from the style of the 1st, so it probably was not written by the apostle, and some of the students under his guidance. Nothing special about Calvin said 2nd and 3rd Epistles of John and the Apocalypse, three books, a comment to which it does not; but he occasionally quotes them , as well as some of the apocryphal books of the Old Testament.