Issue 4: Zwingli: Father of the Swiss Reformation

Ulrich Zwingli, a man often overshadowed by Luther and Calvin, died a Swiss patriot in 1531—and he fought for freedom to preach biblical faith. A determined man, Zwingli fathered the Reformed tradition and established Scripture as the absolute and primary authority for Christian living. Learn about these extraordinary achievements and much more in this issue of Christian History.

  • Zwingli and Luther
  • Who is the true pastor?
  • Zwingli and the Anabaptists
  • The spread of Zwingli's reformation

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