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  • Mr. Gregory does mention the Swiss Reformation leader Ulrich Zwingli and his disavowal of Christ's real presence in the bread and wine of the Lord's Supper, but that position is hardly the "logical corollary" to univocal metaphysics that the author claims.

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  • Martin Luther, John Calvin, and Ulrich Zwingli certainly played important roles in the onset of pluralism within Christian Europe.

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  • Beginning of the REFORMATION IN SWITZERLAND, under the leadership of Ulrich Zwingli (b. 1484; educated at Basel and Bern; priest at Glarus, 1506; priest at Einsiedeln, 1516; preacher at Zürich, 1518).

    3. The Swiss Confederation

  • Ulrich Zwingli is ranked among Reformers, and he was energetic in behalf of reform.

    Luther and the Reformation: The Life-Springs of Our Liberties

  • F. Humbel: _Ulrich Zwingli und seine Reformation im Spiegel der gleichzeitigen Schweizerischen volkstümlichen Literatur_.

    The Age of the Reformation

  • Though the controversy between Luther and his principal rival, Ulrich Zwingli, was really caused by a wide difference of thought on many subjects, it focused its rays, like a burning-glass, upon one point, the doctrine of the real presence of the body and blood of Christ in the eucharist.

    The Age of the Reformation

  • But the vague forces of discontent might never have crystallized into a definite movement save for the leadership of Ulrich Zwingli.

    The Age of the Reformation

  • Attacked by assassins there, he left at midnight for Zürich, where he put himself under the protection of Ulrich Zwingli.

    The Story of the Innumerable Company, and Other Sketches

  • But the reformed doctrines were already established in Zurich, Berne, and Basle, chiefly through the preaching of Ulrich Zwingli, and OEcolampadius.

    Beacon Lights of History

  • The Swiss reformer, Ulrich Zwingli (1484-1531), wrote, on the divine motherhood of

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