For God and His People

For God And His People By Merle D Aubigne Is A Christian Biography About Ulrich Zwingli 1484 1531 From Switzerland Who Struggled To Reform The Church According To The Pure Precepts Of The Word Of God Plots And Counterplots, Rioting Mobs, And The Threat Of Execution Confronted Zwingli And His Supporters, But Through It All He Sought To Be A Faithful Shepherd To His Flock, Knowing That His Loyalty Must Ultimately Lie Not With Kings And Princes But Was For God And His People.For God and His People

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  • Paperback
  • 286 pages
  • For God and His People
  • Jean-Henri Merle d'Aubigné
  • English
  • 09 May 2018
  • 1579243991

10 thoughts on “For God and His People

  1. says:

    Zwingli is one of those people in history who are consistently overlooked or ignored, despite their clear importance Partly this is because of mistakes he made, particularly his confusion of the church and the state at the end of his life, and partly this is because he s overshadowed by the other characters of the time, especially Luther and Calvin Yet Zwingli is still worthy of study, if only because of his exciting life He bega...

  2. says:

    Jean Henri Merle d Aubign s biography of Ulrich Zwingli begins simply by setting the scene in the Swiss Alps of Zwingli birth The book continues, though, asthan a timeline of events Merle d Aubign tells the grander story of an entire nation centered on the figure of Zwingli.The biography does not end with Zwingli s death, but finishes with Zwingli s influence on the nation and Christianity Before Merle d Aubign arrives there, he tells of the Swiss religion Though Zwingli is central Jean Henri Merle d Aubign s biography of Ulrich Zwingli begins simply by setting the scene in the Swiss Alps of Zwingli birth The book continues, though, asthan a tim...

  3. says:

    So now I ve discovered my Kleager ancestors in Switzerland, I am fascinated with history books of Switzerland I have learned that I have an 8X s great uncle who was a monk at Einsideln, Canton Schwyz, Switzerland in the mid 1600 s Ulrich Zwingli, the priest who tried to start the Swiss Reformation against the Catholic church in the mid 1500 s, was also a monk at Einsideln Big connection for me, and I m trying to learn all I can...

  4. says:

    I reread d Aubigne s chapters on Zwingli in preparation for our trip to Europe He is very readable, but at times it feels too heavily guided and a little incomplete However, this may just be due to the 19th century style of writing.He criticizes Zwingli for being both a pastor and a statesman I believe this is unfair, as the Bible does not prohibit someone from being involved in both church and state There are plenty of valid criticisms to make towards Zwingli, but that is not one of them.I I reread d Aubigne s chapters on Zwing...

  5. says:

    A sympathetic look at the heart of the Reformation and one of its magisterial reformers, Ulrich Zwingli Not sure if it s the editing or the translation, but the style is choppy and disjunctive at points The material itself isdevotional but not hagiographic than academic, a...

  6. says:

    This is almost to Zwingli s life what Bainton s account is to Luther s It s a worthwhile read, but rather dry, and the author tends to harp a little too much on what he perceives as Zwingli s greatest failing trying to be both a man of God and a man of State.

  7. says:

    I started reading this book years ago, but stopped for some reason or another I should pick it up again and finish it some time.

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