The Latin Works and Correspondence of Huldreich Zwingli

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"This is the gospel, that sins are remitted in the name of Christ; and no heart ever received tidings more glad." Huldrych Zwingli's contribution to the Reformation may have been just as important as Luther and Calvin's, yet many still don't know much about him, let alone read his powerful works. Zwingli preached against ecclesial corruption, fasting, the requirement of celibacy on the clergy, the veneration of saints, excommunication, and more--setting the stage for the Swiss Reformation.

The three volumes in The Latin Works and The Correspondence of Huldreich Zwingli contain the English translations of some of Zwingli's most important letters, sermons, poems, tracts, and more. Each entry contains an introduction to the work and the editors have provided helpful notes.

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  1. Commentary on True and False Religion

    Ulrich Zwingli, Samuel M. Jackson, et al.…

    Wipf and Stock / JUN 2015

    Next to Luther himself, Ulrich Zwingli (1484-1531) was probably the most important and certainly the most influential of the early Protestant reformers. His Commentary on True and False... read more »
  2. Early Writings

    Ulrich Zwingli, Samuel M. Jackson

    Wipf and Stock / OCT 1999

    This volume contains several of Zwingli's pre-Reformation writings and his earliest Reformation treatises, which defended the freedom of Christians by attacking such issues as regulations governing... read more »
  3. On Providence and Other Essays

    Ulrich Zwingli, Samuel M. Jackson

    Wipf and Stock / OCT 1999

    A collection of of Zwingli's later writings (1525-1531) , including such works as his treatise on original sin, essay on providence and his "Short and Clear Exposition of the Christian Faith."

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