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‘…A critical and empathetic narration of the life and influence of…the Swiss reformer. The author…achieves historical accuracy in a lovely manner allowing the reader to participate in the life of the pioneer of Reformed Protestantism – a person, who was in no way perfect, but a true lover of the Gospel.’ Peter Opitz, Professor of Church History and Reformation Theology, University of Zurich ‘Ulrich Zwingli of Zurich, a great reformer overshadowed by two greater, Luther and Calvin, should be much better known than he is. This well–informed and workmanlike book will surely make him so.’ J.I. Packer, Board of Governors’ Professor of Theology, Regent College ‘Ulrich Zwingli is too little known in light of his vital contribution to the Reformation. This book is a very lively and useful introduction to the life and thought of this important Reformer.’ W. Robert Godfrey, President of Westminster Seminary, California
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AuthorBOEKESTEIN WILLIAM
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  • ISBN 9781783970827
  • Author BOEKESTEIN WILLIAM
  • Pub Date 01/04/2015
‘…A critical and empathetic narration of the life and influence of…the Swiss reformer. The author…achieves historical accuracy in a lovely manner allowing the reader to participate in the life of the pioneer of Reformed Protestantism – a person, who was in no way perfect, but a true lover of the Gospel.’ Peter Opitz, Professor of Church History and Reformation Theology, University of Zurich ‘Ulrich Zwingli of Zurich, a great reformer overshadowed by two greater, Luther and Calvin, should be much better known than he is. This well–informed and workmanlike book will surely make him so.’ J.I. Packer, Board of Governors’ Professor of Theology, Regent College ‘Ulrich Zwingli is too little known in light of his vital contribution to the Reformation. This book is a very lively and useful introduction to the life and thought of this important Reformer.’ W. Robert Godfrey, President of Westminster Seminary, California