You will need Flash Player to see the attached presentation. We look at Ulric Zwingli, seeing him in his time and tracing his development and his influence in the life of Switzerland. We see how complex the land of Switzerland was in terms of its constitution as a confederacy of cantons, the influences of the surrounding countries, the wars in which the Swiss engaged as mercenaries. Overlaying all of this, we see the different languages that were spoken in different regions of the land. We see that Zwingli was a great reformer but that he did not sufficiently distinguish and separate church and state and ultimately gave himself to political activities, dying on the battle field in 1531.

Greg Hodson

Greg came to Grace Church, Modesto from the UK in 1997. For many of the intervening years, he has functioned as a teaching elder in the fellowship. He is frequently involved in the teaching ministry and also leads the Internet Ministries and the Youth Ministry. Before coming to Grace Church, he was a teaching elder in a small village chapel in the UK for four years. He is married with 3 children and 3 grandchildren.

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