10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ZWINGLIAN»
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Max Weber: Critical Assessments 1
I The Problem Although the theological and ecclesiastical distinctiveness of the
Zwinglian Reformation in Zurich (15 19-31) has been recognised,2 its historical
significance has often been overlooked or minimised.5 Zwingli developed his
The Transformation of Natural Philosophy: The Case of Philip ...
75 Schegk is known to have supported a Zwinglian interpretation of the Lord's
Supper,'76 and he was a lecturer on logic, natural philosophy and medicine until
he finally retired owing to his complete loss of eyesight in 1577.'77 Although a ...
The Theology of the Heidelberg Catechism: A Reformation ...
The argument now focused largely on whether the HC's doctrine of the
sacraments was Calvinist, Zwinglian (usually “neo-Zwinglian” or “late-Zwinglian,”
i.e., Bullingerian2), or some blend of the two. Melanchthon was rarely mentioned
A Real Presence: Religious and Social Dynamics of the ...
Lutheran opponents for the support of the people of Augsburg in large part
because of his communal, or Zwinglian, Eucharistic celebration. It will be
necessary to answer Schilling's views directly. To begin, as indicated above, not
all have ...
Protestant Spiritual Traditions
These two tendencies, one toward inwardness and the other toward knowledge,
easily became distorted in later Zwinglian piety into an inner subjectivity and a
rational approach to the faith. While certainly the original teaching of Zwingli ...
The European Reformations
Congregations in Constance, Ulm, Frankfurt, Augsburg, Lindau, Memmingen,
and Strasbourg were won over to the Zurich Reformation. The conversion of the
Swiss canton of Bern in 1528 to the Zwinglian cause was particularly important
The Cambridge Modern History
403 cult, and became, about 1580, Zwinglian, and, in 1555, ordinary Calvinists,
receiving their scriptures and in great measure their ministers from the European
Reformation. The primitive worship in the houses of the barbi gave place to the ...
Stanley Leathes, G. W. (George Walter) Prothero, Sir Adolphus William Ward, 1934
Thomas Erastus and the Palatinate: A Renaissance Physician ...
describe its theology of the Lord's Supper as “late-Zwinglian.”54 While it might be
prudent to simply regard the catechism's teaching as representing Heidelberg, as
opposed to trying to force an association with Geneva, Zurich, or Wittenberg, ...
Cranmer and the Reformation Under Edward VI
Unfortunately this evidence is not trustworthy. The information of three of the
writers— ab Ulmis, Burcher, and Micronius—is second-hand, and, like that of
Hooper and Traheron, is coloured by the Zwinglian bias of the writers and, above
The Stage Life of Props
A "Zwinglian" attitude toward the bottle would deny the baby's "presence"
altogether and insist that the bottle is a mere symbol, a signifier standing in for the
signified ("baby"). For the duration of performance, the "Zwinglian" spectator may
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «ZWINGLIAN»
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Nie jestem kalwinistą!
Od waldensów, po kalwinów, przez zwinglian i knoxian, wszyscy mogą znaleźć schronienie dla swoich głów, nauczań i poglądów pod dachem jednej ... «naTemat, Sep 14»
Column: Zürich: A Zwinglian Legacy
With fewer than 400,000 residents, Zürich, Switzerland, houses the world's second-largest gold market and fourth-largest stock exchange. Its per capita income ... «Current in Fishers, Aug 14»
Monstrous Birth from The Book of Miracles
Philip Melanchthon, his friend and co-reformer, was also alert to signs from heaven; in austere Zurich, the sixteenth-century Zwinglian clergyman Johann Jakob ... «The New York Review of Books, May 14»
Surprised By Sacraments
While it remains true that many Pentecostals still function with a Zwinglian view of the sacraments, there is a small, but growing effort by some Pentecostal ... «First Things, Nov 13»
Concerning the Ordination of Women: Preliminaries
... and the Reformers, and tend to have a low (if not Zwinglian) view of the sacraments. Some in Reformation churches (such as Anglicans and Lutherans), would ... «Virtue Online, Nov 13»
The Emerging Divide in Evangelical Theology
Witvliet observes that evangelicals have tended toward a Zwinglian "real absence" view of the Lord's Supper, due more to anti-Catholicism and the ... «Virtue Online, Oct 13»
Spread: A Catholic Sin
... Calvinist Geneva or Zwinglian Zurich, but from Catholic centers of learning and decision-making like Salamanca, under the most Catholic European kingdom. «Huffington Post, Mar 13»
... 'receptionist' (though not really quite Zwinglian). The epiclesis calls the Spirit down on the people, not the elements, and the bread and wine remain just that. «Patheos, Mar 13»
The Anglican Doctrine of Baptism - Lee Gatiss
The more Zwinglian approach to the Supper (sometimes called "mere memorialism") and to baptism (as a human pledge of allegiance and sign of belonging) is ... «Virtue Online, Feb 13»
CATHOLICISM, CALVINISM AND THE THIRTY-NINE ARTICLES
The sudden rise in Reformed (Calvinist and even Zwinglian) theology is due to the large influx into Anglicanism of refugees from the Episcopal Church (TEC) ... «Virtue Online, Aug 12»