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  • noun Zwinglian theology

Etymologies

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Zwinglian +‎ -ism

Examples

  • "His recreations listed in Who's Who are politicians, pizza and Zwinglianism."

    Would Jesus go to Stringfellows?

  • Charles's envoys insisted that the Edict of Worms be enforced, that Lutheran estates allow Catholics to attend the Mass, and that Zwinglianism (See 1519, Jan. 1) and Anabaptism be suppressed.

    1521-26

  • Whether in the form of theocracies or of state churches, ecclesiastical au - thority and political power tended increasingly to merge in Lutheranism, Zwinglianism, Calvinism.

    AUTHORITY

  • A letter reached him to that effect from some of his adherents at Venice, whose complaints of the mischievous results of the Sacramental controversy among their fellow-worshippers ascribed that controversy to the continued influence of Zwinglianism.

    Life of Luther

  • Luther, although he admitted having formed a more favourable opinion of Zwingli as a man, since their personal interview at Marburg, in no way altered his opinion of Zwinglianism or of the general tendency of his doctrines.

    Life of Luther

  • Lutheranism, then Zwinglianism, and lastly Calvinism, so that it may seem doubtful what form of Protestantism, if any, he really held.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 5: Diocese-Fathers of Mercy

  • Not only religiously, but politically, would this mean a step towards the progress of Zwinglianism.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 9: Laprade-Mass Liturgy

  • But, if Zwinglianism in Switzerland was now practically dead, this meant not that Protestantism had become extinct there, but that it was about to pass throughout

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 15: Tournely-Zwirner

  • He wrote many pamphlets against Calvinism and Zwinglianism though he would never put his name to his writings.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 6: Fathers of the Church-Gregory XI

  • The Swiss Cantons Zurich, Bern, St. Gall, Schaffhausen, and Thurgau were first to adopt the new doctrine (Zwinglianism).

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 4: Clandestinity-Diocesan Chancery

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