Today With Zwingli

On 3 October, 1529 the Marburg Colloquy ended and the attendees signed the 15 Marburg Articles.  On 14 there was decisive agreement.  On the 15th, hardly any.  Naturally the 15th was the article on the Lord’s Supper.  You can download a copy of the Articles (which I’ve been unable to locate anywhere online, surprisingly) at the link above.

By the way- Zwingli was right about the meaning of the Supper and Luther and his partisans were wrong.  Still are.

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I am a Pastor, and Lecturer in Church History and Biblical Studies at Ming Hua Theological College.
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6 Responses to Today With Zwingli

  1. doug says:

    Oh, you dissed Luther. Some thing bad is going to happen now. I don’t think you should go horse back riding during a thunderstorm.


    • Jim says:

      now see- what kind of person with any sense at all rides a horse during a thunderstorm???? that’s gotta tell ya something.


  2. Emerson Fast says:

    The idea actually sounds kinda romantic to me (and it comes as no surprise then that the later Lutherans were absolutely given over to das gefühl).


  3. steph says:

    I have been horseback riding in a thunderstorm, and at home I love to go swimming in the sea in a thunderstorm. But the only people I diss are the anti religious.


  4. Zachery Oliver says:

    And they always will be wrong.

    I was Zwinglian before I ever read Zwingli!


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