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Biography Early works to 1800
|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Zwingli, Ulrich, 1484-1531.
Durham, N.C. : Labyrinth Press, , ©1912
|Named Person:||Ulrich Zwingli; Ulrich Zwingli; Ulrich Zwingli|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Ulrich Zwingli; Samuel Macauley Jackson; Oswald Mykonius
|Notes:||Reprint. Originally published as v. 1 of The Latin works and correspondence of Huldreich Zwingli: New York : G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1912.
Includes a biography of Zwingli by Oswald Myconius, written in 1532.
|Description:||xv, 299 pages ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||The fable of the ox. A commentary on the present (autumn, 1510) course of affairs, by Huldreich Zwingli of the Toggenburg, in crude centimetre form --
The fabulous poem of the priest Zwingli concerning an ox and many other animals, referring to current (autumn, 1510) events --
Account by Huldreich Zwingli of the engagements between the French and the Swiss hard by Ravenna and Pavia and in other places, and of the convention at baden in Switzerland, in the year 1512 --
The missing dialogues --
The labyrinth --
Transcript of the Pauline epistles --
A Christian song written by Huldreich Zwingli when he was attacked by the pestilence (1519) --
Advice of one who desires with his whole heart that due consideration be paid both to the dignity of the Pope and to the peaceful development of the Christian religion --
What Zwingli said and preached at this time (1521) against the mercenary service of the Swiss. What Zwingli preached at this time (1521) --
Concerning choice and liberty respecting food--concerning offence and vexation--whether anyone has power to forbid foods at certain times--opinion of Huldreich Zwingli --
Letter of Huldreich Zwingli to Erasmus Fabricius about the proceedings, on the 7th, 8th, and 9th of April, 1522, of the delegates sent to Zurich by the bishop of Constance --
A solemn warning by Huldreich Zwingli, a simple preacher of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, addressed to the honourable, wise, steadfast, senior confederates at Schwyz, that they should beware of, and free themselves from, the control of foreign lords --
Petition of certain preachers of Switzerland to the most reverend lord Hugo, bishop of Constance, that he will not suffer himself to be persuaded to make any proclamation to the injury of the Gospel, nor endure longer the scandal of harlotry, but allow the priests to marry wives or at least would wink at their marraiges --
A friendly request and exhortation of some priests of the confederates that the preaching of the Holy Gospel be not hindered, and also that no offence be taken if to avoid scandal the preachers were given permission to marry --
Defence called archeteles, in which answer is made to an admonition that the most reverend lord bishop of Constance (being persuaded thereto by the behaviour of certain wantonly factious persons) sent to the council of the great minster at Zurich called the chapter.
|Responsibility:||Ulrich Zwingli ; edited by Samuel Macauley Jackson ; [with a new index by J. Samuel Hammond].|
- Theology -- Early works to 1800.
- Reformed Church -- Doctrines.
- Zwingli, Ulrich, -- 1484-1531.
- Theologians -- Switzerland -- Zurich -- Biography -- Early works to 1800.
- Zurich (Switzerland) -- Biography.
- Théologiens -- Suisse -- Zurich -- Biographies.
- Église réformée -- Doctrines.
- Zurich (Suisse) -- Biographies.
- Zwingli, Ulrich, -- 1484-1531
- Switzerland -- Zurich.