And here it is.
The rekenynge and declaracion of the fayth and belefe of Huldrike Zwyngly, Byshoppe of Ziiryk the chefe town of Helvitia, sent to Charles. v. that nowe is emproure of Rome : holdynge a parlement or counsayll at Ausbrough with the chefe Lordes and lerned men of Germanye, the yere of our Lorde M.D.xxx. jn the moneth of July. …
Along the same lines, if you do not know him, it’s simply because you were not among those he was seeking (as Calvin would put it).
Depending completely and solely on whether or not that terrorist / ally sees things as that government does or not.
Zwingli and Bullinger have a recommendation for you:
We love this book. Love it. LOVE IT. Never in the history of Christianity has a book so profound been made available to the masses for a price so reasonable. Reading it is a theological education in a single volume which contains everything necessary for both salvation and proper doctrine.
Were we more excited about it we would resemble tiny puppies laying on their backs getting their bellies rubbed and wetting themselves. That’s how excited we are about this book. – H.B., H.Z.
Wow. I’m super humbled and super honored. First a video recommendation a few months back and now this (again). I just don’t know what to say.
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Several months back a friend, or rather now a former friend, gave me a book by Ben Witherington titled ‘The Progress of Prophecy’. I’ve read it. I’ve thought about it, and I’ve thought about what I would say about it.
I could think of nothing at all, until I was reading St. Jerome today and hit on this remark (in its context, a review of sorts of some ideas he’d been sent):
“The ship, as the saying goes, is wrecked in harbour.”
And that epitomizes the work.