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Ulrich Zwingli (1484–1531)

Zwingli, Ulrich (tsving’lē). A Swiss church reformer; born at Wildhaus in the canton of St. Gall, Jan. 1, 1484; fell in battle near Kappel, Oct. 11, 1531. Next after Calvin he was the foremost leader of the Reformation in Switzerland. His principal works, written in Latin, are: ‘Of True and False Religion’ (1525); ‘The Grounds of Faith’ (1530); ‘A Short and Clear Exposition of Christian Faith’ (1538). He wrote in German: ‘Baptism, Anabaptism, and Pædobaptism’ (1525); ‘A Clear Explanation of Christ’s Last Supper’ (1526).