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Zwingli

George Richard Potter

Zwingli

by George Richard Potter

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Published by Cambridge University Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Zwingli, Ulrich, -- 1484-1531.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementG. R. Potter.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBR345 .P68
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 432 p.
    Number of Pages432
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21081835M
    ISBN 100521209390
    LC Control Number75-46136


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Zwingli by George Richard Potter Download PDF EPUB FB2

Zwingli employs the language of covenant much stronger than medieval defenses of infant baptism did. Lord’s Supper We like Zwingli’s negative critique.

However, we go with Calvin on what the Lord’s Supper actually *does.* For Zwingli a sacrament is a sign of a holy thing (). Zwingli then gives a long linguistic account of what ‘est /5(7).

Huldrych Zwingli has 54 books on Goodreads with ratings. Huldrych Zwingli’s most popular book is Zwingli and Bullinger. Huldrych Zwingli was widely known as a humanist and admirer of Erasmus when he came to Zurich from Glarus and Einsiedeln in The stages of the Zwinglian Reformation there were marked by the attack on compulsory fasting, images in churches and the doctrine of purgatory, culminating in the rejection of the sacrificial nature of the mass.5/5(1).

Zwingli was born into a prosperous peasant family, his father later becoming the headman of the village. Of Zwingli’s seven brothers and sisters, two—Jacob and Andreas—also became priests, although they predeceased their brother.

Zwingli’s uncle Bartholomew was also a priest, and he later became dean of Wesen. Huldrych Zwingli was born on 1 January in Wildhaus, in the Toggenburg valley of Switzerland, to a family of farmers, the third child of father, Ulrich, played a leading role in the administration of the community (Amtmann or chief local magistrate).Zwingli's primary schooling was provided by his uncle, Bartholomew, a cleric in Weesen, where he probably met Born: 1 JanuaryWildhaus, Swiss Confederation.