Zwingli & the Reformation in Zurich

Where was Zwingli from?
Switzerland
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Why was there tension between the German & Swiss?
German said Swiss were ignorant & poor
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When did Zwingli become anticlerical?
1515
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Why did Zwingli become anticlerical?
6000 Swiss soldiers murdered in service of Pope
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What did he believe in that was similar to Luther?
Sola Fide
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When did Zwingi move to Zurich?
1518
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How did he build a large following of people?
Challenged orthodox views of Church & wanted to explain whole Bible
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Name one way in which Zwingli & Luther agreed?
Sola Fide/ Sola Scriptura
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What did Sola Fide mean?
Faith alone was enough for salvation
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What does Sola Scriptura mean?
Scripture alone has authority
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Name one way in which Zwingli & Luther disagreed?
Nature of Eucharist
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Why was there a need for Philip of Hesse to step in as peacemaker?
Both felt only their interpretation of Bible was correct
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What did they say they'd rather risk than change their ideas?
Eternal Damnation
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What was the Colloquy of Marburg?
A meeting between Luther & Zwingli
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Was it successful?
No, Luther refused to shake Zwingli's hand
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Who organised the Colloquy?
Philip of Hesse
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Name one way in which Zwingli was less significant than Luther
Luther survived longer, Zwingli died just as he was having influence
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Name on way in which Zwingli was less significant than Luther
Luther was charasmatic, many local leaders trusted his judgement
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How did Zwingli encourage radical ideas?
Simplification of the Eucharist
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What did Luther call the Swiss Brethren after they used sola scriptura to make baptism adults only?
Anabaptists
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Why was Thomas Muntzer causing problems for Luther in Germany?
Felt religious reformation should be matched with reformation of society
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How did Muntzer lead peasants?
Leader of peasants war, gathered 8000 men
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What happened to Muntzer in the war?
He was beheaded
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List 1 reason the radicals were crushed so effectively
Never recovered from effects of peasants war
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In 1527 there was a meeting between lead radicals, what was drawn up & rejected?
Schleithiem Articles
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Who led the extremists and what did they believe?
Hoffman, that it was the duty of god to destroy the Church
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Why did the movement end in 1536?
Its leaders were exectuted
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Why did the radicals have such an impact on Europe & religion?
Clarified battle lines between Protestants & Catholics
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