Flashcards in Lesson 13 Deck (10):
France was a nation that was predominately Catholic in the 16th century
England was a nation that was predominately Anglican in the 16th century
Zwingli's view of Scripture could be best described as the infallible Word of God.
Zwingli believed the doctrine of predestination, that man was either elect or reprobate.
Zwingli went so far in his teaching about predestination that he taught men are judged by outward signs.
The true church, according to Zwingli, was those who are part of the civil government of the land.
Zwingli believed the sacraments were a means of grace and salvation.
Zwingli believed that the act of Baptism was considered an initiation into the Christian's faith.
The Anabaptist believed in the total separation of Church and Religion