1. Swiss theologian whose sermons began the Reformation in Switzerland (1484-1531)
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  • Lutherans in America] there are almost all shades of dissent and descent, not only to that which is popularly called the Zwinglian, and of which the _Lutheran Observer_ may be considered the exponent, but yet lower to that which we may call, for want of a better name, Socinian. American Lutheranism Volume 2: The United Lutheran Church (General Synod, General Council, United Synod in the South)
  • On the basis of these and other scriptural readings, Zwingli charged in sermons that church teachings and practice had diverged widely from the simple Christianity of the Holy Writ.
  • You throw around names and textbook phrases Zwinglian pseudo-rationalism, but you continue to espouse anti-intellectualism. Inigo Montoya Addresses Fundamentalists
  • The most striking feature of this work was that Ramus defined theology as the art of living virtuously, ars bene vivendi, adopting an essentially Zwinglian point of view. Petrus Ramus
  • Zwingli continued to use Greek, as a scholar of the humanist tradition who believed that the language mattered very much.
  • The Protestant reformers had made a vernacular liturgy one of their central principles, and the liturgies which each group of reformers, whether Lutheran, Calvinist, Zwinglian or Anglican, composed for use in its own churches naturally emphasised the particular beliefs of that group, as distinct not only from orthodox Catholic beliefs but also from those of other Protestants. THE PLAIN MAN'S GUIDE TO LATIN IN THE LITURGY
  • Zwingli's denial of the "real presence" did not result in the neglecting of the sacrament that would characterize many of his followers in centuries to come.
  • Dissenters is the so – called Zwinglian doctrine, the doctrine that the The Hymns of Wesley and Watts: Five Papers
  • For Zwingli, Luther's affirmation of a human body's omnipresence inevitably negated the very essence of what a human body is entirely.
  • In 1526, a letter that he sent to a conference of the Swiss cantons called to organize opposition to the spread of Zwinglian doctrines again stated his objections to Sacramentarian doctrine. Desiderius Erasmus
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