How did the Protestant teachings of Ulrich Zwingli John Calvin and the

How did the protestant teachings of ulrich zwingli

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How did the Protestant teachings of Ulrich Zwingli, John Calvin and the Anabaptists differ from one another and from those of Luther?Give special attention to What, Who, When, Where, Why. Follow the standard “five-part” essaystructure and be clear and concise in your language.Intro:
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-Zwinglianism, Anabaptism, and Calvinism were a result of a spread of Protestantism to Switzerland -Switzerland was ruled neither by kings nor by territorial princes: independent prosperous Swiss citiesoThis allowed for religious arrangements to be varied from city to city, resulting in many types of Protestantism o*** talk about how Protestantism spread to Switzerland and how this created a hotbed of contesting Protesnt beleifs -Divide Essay: -1) Introduce Zwingliasm and how its man difference between Lutheranism and other forms of Swiss Protestantism is in the representations in the Eucharist -2) Introduce Calvinism and how its main difference between Luthernaism and other forms ofSwiss Protestantism is in Predestination and Obedience ( relates to personality between him and Luther argument) -3) Introduce Anabaptism and how its main difference between Lutheranism and other formsof Swiss Protestantism is in timing of the Baptism and the concept of free will Urlich Zwingli -While Luther provided the religious leadership for northern Germany, the south soon came under the influence of reformers based in Switzerland (440) -In 1520, Ulrich Zwingli (1484-1531), the son of a Swiss village leader, broke with Rome and established his reform headquarters in German speaking Zurich (440)-Like Luther, Zwingli and Calvin began their careers as priests, but in contrast…[to Luther], they demanded an even more radical break with the Roman Catholic Church, especially on the question of sacrament of communion -Luther believed that the body and blood were actually present in the bread and wine, but only because of the faith of the believer, not because a priest officiated… Zwingli pushed further and insisted that the bread and wine simply symbolized Christ’s union with believers; the bread and wine did not change in substance (440)o**** personality type, -In Zurich, Zwingli tolerated no dissent. When laypeople secretly set up their own new sect, called Anabaptists, Zwingli immediately attacked them (442) -Founded by Urlich Zwingli (1484 – 1531) in Zurich -Theologically moderate -Catholic theology and practice conflicted with the Gospels -Condemned religious images and hierarchical authority within the Church -1522: Began attacking the authority of the Catholic Church -Zwingli and Consubstantiation oZwingli differed from Luther on the theology of the Eucharist oLuther believed in the real presence of Christ’s body oFor Zwingli, the Eucharist was simply a reminder, a symbol o1531: His movement was absorbed by the Protestantism of John Calvin
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John Calvin -John Calvin took a position between Zwingli and Luther, arguing that the sacrament of communion was more than just symbolic but insisting that it was entirely in God’s power,
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