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The Life and Times of Ulric Zwingli By Johann Jakob Hottinger
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Through the Year with Zwingli and Bullinger: A Devotional By Jim West
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Huldrych Zwingli and Heinrich Bullinger were two of the leading Reformers of the 16th Century. They are not as well or widely known as Martin Luther and John Calvin, but they had much to say to... More > their contemporaries and they continue to have much to say today. The extended selections from Zwingli’s and Bullinger’s works serve as guides to devotional thoughts and each is followed by a brief prayer. The texts selected were chosen because of their power and spirit. They offer readers an opportunity to, metaphorically, sit with Zwingli and Bullinger at their desks and listen to them as they turn our attention towards God. But readers will also be, slowly and carefully it is hoped, introduced to the theology of Switzerland’s greatest Reformers. Step by step and day by day users of this volume will not simply be pointed to devotional thoughts, but to theological education. This book, then, has a dual purpose: to offer spiritual guidance and to offer theological instruction.< Less
'Christ our Captain': An Introduction to Huldrych Zwingli By Jim West
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The volume in hand is a small contribution to the relatively small pool of scholarship in the English speaking world on the life and thought of Huldrych Zwingli. Whereas Luther and Calvin are widely... More > known and their works widely available in English, Zwingli has not been so fortunate.< Less
'Christ our Captain': An Introduction to Huldrych Zwingli By Jim West
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The volume in hand is a small contribution to the relatively small pool of scholarship in the English speaking world on the life and thought of Huldrych Zwingli. Whereas Luther and Calvin are widely... More > known and their works widely available in English, Zwingli has not been so fortunate.< Less
The Reformers and the Theology of the Reformation By William Cunningham
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A reprint edition of William Cunningham's book THE REFORMERS AND THE THEOLOGY OF THE REFORMATION. The digital files utilized for this edition may have printer's marks, library marks, copy or scanner... More > marks, and/or readers' marks.< Less
Luther and the Reformation By Leonard D. Agate, M.A.
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“Luther and the Reformation” is more than a look into a theological question for a religious liberty class. It is a study of Europe as a whole and the history that unfolded during the... More > time of Luther, Zwingli, Calvin, and many others who changed the face of Christianity. The object of this book, laid out by Leonard D. Agate, is to establish how these movements affected the course of European history; with particular interest in one man, Martin Luther. Luther is the focus of this book, but the politics, religion, and feudalism was part of the transformation of Christianity.< Less
Luther and the Reformation By Leonard D. Agate, M.A.
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“Luther and the Reformation” is more than a look into a theological question for a religious liberty class. It is a study of Europe as a whole and the history that unfolded during the... More > time of Luther, Zwingli, Calvin, and many others who changed the face of Christianity. The object of this book, laid out by Leonard D. Agate, is to establish how these movements affected the course of European history; with particular interest in one man, Martin Luther. Luther is the focus of this book, but the politics, religion, and feudalism was part of the transformation of Christianity.< Less
The Reformation Made Easy By C. Matthew McMahon
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The history of the Reformation is a demonstration of one of the greatest revolutions that has ever been accomplished in human affairs by the sovereignty of God. In many respects the history of the... More > Reformation is distinct from that of Protestantism. In the former everything bears the mark of a regeneration of the human race, of a religious and social change emanating from God himself through the Gospel of Jesus Christ. The Reformation was not a single moment in time where the stalwart reformer Martin Luther stood against the Roman Catholic Church at the Diet of Worms. Instead, in looking at the history of the Reformation, we find it to be a much more complex organism and the direct result of God's vast work of providence across continents and countries. Many times such a history is complex and difficult to wade through for the student. In this work, the Reformation is made easy.< Less
The Reformation Made Easy By C. Matthew McMahon
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The history of the Reformation is a demonstration of one of the greatest revolutions that has ever been accomplished in human affairs by the sovereignty of God. In many respects the history of the... More > Reformation is distinct from that of Protestantism. In the former everything bears the mark of a regeneration of the human race, of a religious and social change emanating from God himself through the Gospel of Jesus Christ. The Reformation was not a single moment in time where the stalwart reformer Martin Luther stood against the Roman Catholic Church at the Diet of Worms. Instead, in looking at the history of the Reformation, we find it to be a much more complex organism and the direct result of God's vast work of providence across continents and countries. Many times such a history is complex and difficult to wade through for the student. In this work, the Reformation is made easy.< Less
Anabaptists, Baptists, and their Stepchildren By Francis Nigel Lee
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Anabaptists are known today by their descendants; Amish, Mennonite, Brethren, and Hutterite, but are the offspring and step-children of their ancestors from the 16th Century. "Anabaptist"... More > was a derogatory term used to describe their chief error, Re-Baptism. The difficulty in defining the Anabaptists is that there were many of them with different stripes and colors. There were Anabaptists which had no qualms in destroying property, disrupting worship services, and some were physically violent, even to the point of murdering their detractors. They existed in a time where all citizens were required to be baptized, names recorded in church records, submissive to church and magistrate, and willing to serve in military service if required to fight the enemies of state or religion. They found themselves almost universally opposed by German Lutherans, Swiss Reformed, English and Scottish Presbyterians, and even Roman Catholics, all of which considered them to be heretics, schismatics, and enemies of the God of truth.< Less