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Encyclopedia > Huldreich Zwingli

Zwingli's Successor

Zwingli's successor, Heinrich Bullinger, was elected on December 9, 1531, to be the pastor of the Great Minster at Zürich, a position which he held to the end of his life (1575). He did not replace Zwingli as the political head man of the canton. The pastor of the Great Minster continued to exert political influence, but the time of theocracy was passed for Zürich.


Other Notaries in Swiss Reformation

Literary production

  • Rhymed fables of the ox, c. 1510
  • "De Gestis inter Gallos et Helvetios relatio", 1512
  • "The Labyrinth", c. 1516
  • "Vom Erkiesen und Fryheit der Spysen"
  • "Archeteles"
  • "Vermahnung an die zu Schwyz, dass sie sich vor fremden Herren hutend", 1522
  • "De vere et falsa Religione", 1525
  • "Opera D.H. Zwingli" (Title in full: "Opera D.H. Zwingli vigilantissimi Tigurinae ecclesiae Antistitis, partim quidem ab ipso Latine conscripta, partim vero e vernaculo sermone in Latinum translata: omnia novissime recognita, et multis adiectis, quae hactenus visa non sunt", published by Zwingli's son-in-law Rudolf Gwalter)
  • Zwingli's collected works, (edited by Melchior Schuler and Johannes Schulthess, 8 vols., Zürich, 1828-1842)

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Zwingli's Reformation was supported by the magistrate and population of Zarich, and led to significant changes in civil life, and state matters in Zürich.
Zwingli's willingness to leave Glarus greatly increased due to stronger pro-French sentiment there, given the fact that Zwingli at this period in his life was strongly on the side of the pope.
Zwingli's successor, Heinrich Bullinger, was elected on December 9, 1531, to be the pastor of the Great Minster at Zürich, a position which he held to the end of his life (1575).
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