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Petrus Martyr Vermigli in Zürich (1556–1562)

Dieser Kylchen in der heiligen gschrifft professor und läser

1. Edition 2016
457 pages
ISBN 978-3-525-55099-1
Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht

Reformed Historical Theology. - Band 036

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The Italian reformer Peter Martyr Vermigli (1499-1561) arrived in Zurich in 1556 after long years of fleeing from the Roman inquisition, and taught there as professor of Old Testament studies. Moreover, he took part in the religious colloquy of Poissy as a church diplomat and wbecame an important collaborator of Heinrich Bullinger and Johannes Calvin.
Michael Baumann examines the biography of Vermigli’s last years, his theology (trained in late medieval scholasticism, but reasoning biblically as a reformed theologian) and Vermigli’s impact on Zurich’s church history.

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»German speakers have been provided an important piece of the theological puzzle that is 16th century Reformed theology. The present volume in hand, students of that historical period are able to see that landscape more clearly and fully than ever before.«

Zwinglius Redivivus (Jim West), 02.03.2016
Zwinglius Redivivus , 02.03.2016


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