European Renaissance and Reformation 1350-1600: Religion and Philosophy Research Article from World Eras

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Ulnch Zwingli, the people's priest in the Swiss city of Zurich, believed that the Word of God was the purest authority and he increasingly tworked for reform in the church On 29 January 1523 he invited six hundred friends and foes to the Zurich town hall for a discussion The basis for this discussion was sixty-seven articles that Zwingli had prepared, ranging from the nature of the Gospel to the practice of selling indulgences Some of the more interesting ones appear below

1 All who say that the gospel is invalid without the confirmation of the Church err and slander God

2 The sum and substance of the gospel is that our Lord Jesus Christy, the true Son of God, has made known to us the will of His heavenly Father, and has with His innocence released us from death and reconciled God

3 Hence Christ is the only way to salvation...

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