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September 17 – Heinrich Bullinger

A portrait of Heinrich Bullinger by Hans Asper

On this day in Tudor history, 17th September 1575, in the reign of Queen Elizabeth I, Swiss reformer and theologian Heinrich (Henry) Bullinger died in Zurich.

Bullinger succeeded Huldrych Zwingli as pastor at Grossmünster and head of the church in Zurich. His main work was “The Decades”, a theological work, but his sermons were also translated and published, and he wrote historical works.

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Image: A portrait of Heinrich Bullinger by Hans Asper.

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