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Ulrich Zwingli: Third Man of the Reformation

We speak with William Boekestein about the Swiss reformer, Ulrich Zwingli. Ulrich Zwingli was a leader of the Reformation in Switzerland. His efforts in reforming doctrine and practice serve as examples and lessons for us today. Rev. Boekestein has written two biographies of Zwingli, each capturing the significance of the man for different audiences. He serves as Pastor of Immanuel Fellowship Church (URCNA) in Kalamazoo, Michigan. He joined us on a previous episode of Christ the Center to discuss the history of the Heidelberg Catechism.

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Jason Delgado

3 years ago

Another great interview guys. I recently did some study on Zwingli in regards to his views on baptism and his dealings with the Anabaptist… I appreciate his irenic heart and his willingness to stand upon his convictions, even if they weren’t popular at the time (or in one case regarding baptism, against the majority of church history!).

Some questions I still had William Boekestein just answered in the audio!. Just wanted to say thanks for putting out such great content every week.

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