In tonight’s lesson, we explored the turbulent life of Ulrich Zwingli, from his launching of the Swiss Reformation to his communion controversy with Luther to his tragic and lamentable role in persecuting his former students known to history as the Anabaptists. We also explored the contribution of the Anabaptists to modern Evangelicalism noting how their emphasis on a believing church produced a mini-reformation within the broader context of the Protestant Reformation.

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