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The History of Protestantism
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HISTORY OF PROTESTANTISM IN SWITZERLAND FROM A.D. 1516 TO ITS ESTABLISHMENT AT ZURICH, 1525.




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Chapter 1 SWITZERLAND THE COUNTRY AND THE PEOPLE.
The Reformation dawns first in England Wicliffe Luther His No What it Implied Uprising of Conscience Who shall Rule, Power or Conscience? Contemporaneous Appearance of the Reformers Switzerland Variety and Grandeur of its Scenery Its History Bravery and Patriotism of its People A New Liberty approaches Will the Swiss Welcome it? Yes An Asylum for the Reformation Decline in Germany Revival in Switzerland.
Chapter 2 CONDITION OF SWITZERLAND PRIOR TO THE REFORMATION.
Primitive and Mediaeval Christianity The Latter Unlike the Former Change in Church's Discipline in her Clergy in her Worship State of Switzerland Ignorance of the Bible The Sacred Languages Unknown Greek is Heresy Decay of Schools Decay of Theology Distracted State of Society All Things Conventionally Holy Sale of Benefices Swiss Livings held by Foreigners.
Chapter 3 CORRUPTION OF THE SWISS CHURCH.
The Government of the Pope-How the Shepherd Fed his Sheep Texts from Aquinas and Aristotle Preachers and their Sermons Council of Meudon and the Vicar Canons of Neufchatel Passion-plays Excommunication employed against Debters Invasion of the Magistrates' Jurisdiction Lausanne Beauty of its Site Frightful Disorder of its Clergy Geneva and other Swiss Towns A Corrupt Church the greatest Scourge of the World Cry for Reform The Age turns away from the True Reform A Cry that waxes Louder, and a Corruption that waxes Stronger.
Chapter 4 ZWINGLI'S BIRTH AND SCHOOL-DAYS.
One Leader in Germany Many in Switzerland Valley of Tockenburg Village of Wildhaus Zwingli's Birth His Parentage Swiss Shepherds Winter Evenings Traditions of Swiss Valour Zwingli Listens Sacred Traditions Effect of Scenery in moulding Zwingli's Character Sent to School at Wesen Outstrips his Teacher Removed to Basle Binzli Zwingli goes to Bern Lupllus The Dominicans Zwingli narrowly escapes being a Monk.
Chapter 5 ZWINGLI'S PROGRESS TOWARDS EMANCIPATION.
Zwingli returns Home Goes to Vienna His Studies and Associates Returns to Wildhaus Makes a Second Visit to Basle His Love of Music The Scholastic Philosophy Leo Juda Wolfgang Capito Ecolampadius Erasmus Thomas Wittembach Stars of the Dawn Zwingli becomes Pastor of Olarus Studies and Labors among his Parishioners Swiss drawn to Fight in Italy Zwingli's Visit to Italy Its Lessons.
Chapter 6 ZWINGLI IN PRESENCE OF THE BIBLE.
Zwingli's profound Submission to Scripture The Bible his First Authority This a Wider Principle than Luther's His Second Canon The Spirit the Great Interpreter His use of the Fathers Light The Swiss Reform presents a New Type of Protestantism German Protestantism Dogmatic Swiss Protestantism Normal Duality in the False Religion of Christendom Met by the Duality of Protestantism Place of Reason and of Scripture.
Chapter 7 EINSIEDELN AND ZURICH.
Visit to Erasmus The Swiss Fight for the Pope Zwingli Accompanies them Marignano Its Lessons Zwlngle invited to Einsiedeln Its Site Its Administrator and Abbot Its Image Pilgrims Annual Festival Zwingli's Sermon A Stronghold of Darkness converted into a Beacon of Light Zwingli called to Zurich The Town and Lake Zwingli's First Appearance in its Pulpit His Two Grand Principles Effects of his Preaching His Pulpit a Fountain of National Regeneration.
Chapter 8 THE PARDON-MONGER AND THE PLAGUE.
The Two Proclamations Pardon for Money and Pardon of Grace Contemporaneous The Cordelier Samson sent to Switzerland Crosses St. Gothard Arrives in Uri Visits Schwitz-Zug Bern A General Release from Purgatory Baden "Ecce Volant!" Zurich Samson Denied Admission Returns to Rome The Great Death Ravages Zwingli Stricken At the Point of Death Hymn Restored Design of the Visitation.
Chapter 9 EXTENSION OF THE REFORMATION TO BERN AND OTHER SWISS TOWNS.
A Solemn Meeting Zwingli Preaches with greater Life Human Merit and Gospel Virtue The Gospel Annihilates the one, Nourishes the other Power of Love Zwingli's Hearers Increase His Labors Conversions Extension of the Movement to other Swiss Towns Basle Lucerne Oswald Myconius Labors in Lucerne Opposition Is Thrust out Bern Establishment of the Reformation there.
Chapter 10 SPREAD OF PROTESTANTISH IN EASTERN SWITZERLAND.
St. Gall The Burgomaster Purgation of the Churches Canton Glarus Valley of the Tockenburg Embraces Protestantism Schwitz about to enter the Movement Turns back Appenzell Six of its Eight Parishes embrace the Gospel The Grisons Coire Becomes Reformed Constance Schaffhausen The German Bible Its Influence The Five Forest Cantons They Crouch down under the Old Yoke.
Chapter 11 THE QUESTION OF FORBIDDEN MEATS.
The Foreign Enlistments The Worship at Zurich as yet Unchanged Zwingli makes a Beginning Fasts and Forbidden Meats Bishop of Constance Interferes Zwingli's Defense The Council of Two Hundred The Council gives no Decision Opposition organised against Zwingli Constance, Lausanne, and the Diet against Zwingli First Swiss Edict of Persecution Diet Petitioned to Cancel it The Reformed Band Luther Silent Zwingli Raises his Voice The Swiss Printing-press.
Chapter 12 PUBLIC DISPUTATION AT ZURICH.
Leo Juda and the Monk Zwingli Demands a Public Disputation Great Council Grants it Six Hundred Members Assemble Zwingli's Theses President Roist Deputies of the Bishop of Constance Attempt to Stifle Discussion Zwingli's Challenge Silence Faber rises Antiquity Zwingli's Reply Hoffman's Appeal Leo Juda Doctor of Tubingen Decree of Lords of Zurich Altercation between Faber and Zwingli End of Conference.
Chapter 13 DISSOLUTION OF CONVENTUAL AND MONASTIC ESTABLISHMENTS.
Zwingli's Treatise An After-fight Zwingli's Pulpit Lectures Superstitious Usages and Payments Abolished Gymnasium Founded Convents Opened Zwingli on Monastic Establishments Dissolution of Monasteries Public Begging Forbidden Provision for the Poor.
Chapter 14 DISCUSSION ON IMAGES AND THE MASS.
Christ's Death Zwingli's Fundamental Position Iconoclasts Hottinger Zwingli on Image-worship Conference of all Switzerland summoned 900 Members Assemble Preliminary Question The Church Discussion on Images Books that Teach Nothing The Mass Discussed It is Overthrown Joy of Zwingli Relics Inferred.
Chapter 15 ESTABLISHMENT OF PROTESTANTISM IN ZURICH.
The Greater Reforms Purification of the Churches Threatening Message of the Forest Cantons Zurich's Reply Abduction of the Pastor of Burg The Wirths Their Condemnation and Execution Zwingli Demands the Non-celebration of the Mass Am-Gruet Opposes Zwingli's Argument Council's Edict A Dream The Passover First Celebration of the Supper in Zurich Its Happy Influence Social and Moral Regulations Two Annual Synods Prosperity of Zurich.




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