Zwingli: The Providence of God in a Nutshell

“He disposes of his vessels, that is to say, us men, as he wills. He chooses one to be fit for his purposes and use; the other he does not will. He can make his creatures whole or break them, as he wills. The understanding of free will which we have taken from the heathen makes us ascribe to ourselves what God has done in us, not acknowledging his almighty providence” — (Z II 179-20-180.29).

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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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