Wednesday, 8 February 2006

Zwingli and Calvin (for Jim West)

“[Zwingli’s] figure has been unduly obscured by the fame of his younger contemporary, Calvin. His place in the history of thought is really more important than Calvin’s, for he was an originator where the latter was only a follower.”

—A. C. McGiffert, Protestant Thought before Kant (London: Duckworth, 1911), p. 61.

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