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Henry Bullinger
1504 - 1575

      Heinrich Bullinger was a Swiss reformer, the successor of Huldrych Zwingli as head of the Zurich church and pastor at Grossmuenster. A much less controversial figure than John Calvin or Martin Luther, his importance has long been underestimated; recent research shows that he was one of the most influential theologians of the Protestant Reformation in the 16th century.

      Bullingers works comprise 127 titles. Already during his lifetime they were translated in several languages and counted among the best known theological works in Europe

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Biography Shepherd of the Churches
       Bullinger's importance for the English Reformation It has long been my conviction that not half of the story of the Reformation has yet been told. Happily, great men and women of God who were true pioneers and upholders of reform are now being rediscovered causing a radical alteration in our knowledge and even convictions concerning how the tr ...read
SermonThe Decades of Henry Bullinger: 2nd Decade: 8th Sermon
       THE DECADES OF HENRY BULLINGER MINISTER OF THE CHURCH OF ZURICH. TRANSLATED BY H.I. THE SECOND DECADE. THE EIGHTH SERMON. OF JUDGMENT, AND THE OFFICE OF THE JUDGE; THAT CHRISTIANS ARE NOT FORBIDDEN TO JUDGE: OF REVENGEMENT AND PUNISHMENT: WHETHER IT BE LAWFUL FOR A MAGISTRATE TO KILL THE GUILTY: WHEREFORE, WHEN, HOW, AND ...read
SermonThe Decades of Henry Bullinger: 4th Decade: 4th Sermon
       THE DECADES OF HENRY BULLINGER MINISTER OF THE CHURCH OF ZURICH. TRANSLATED BY H.I. THE FOURTH DECADE. THE FOURTH SERMON. THAT GOD IS THE CREATOR OF ALL THINGS, AND GOVERNETH ALL THINGS BY HIS PROVIDENCE: WHERE MENTION IS ALSO MADE OF THE GOODWILL OF GOD TO USWARD, AND OF PREDESTINATION. DEARLY beloved, it remaineth no ...read

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