Henry Bullinger (1504-1575)

Henry Bullinger

Henry Bullinger (1504-1575)

A brief bio of Henry Bullinger, an early Reformer in the Protestant Reformation: When Zacharias Ursinus was crafting “The Heidelberg Catechism,” Henry Bullinger was serving as Ulrich Zwingli’s successor in Zurich. Bullinger was converted to the Protestant gospel in the early 1520s through reading the Church Fathers and Martin Luther’s early works. He grew to be the successor of Zwingli beginning in 1531 and served until his death in 1575.[1]… Read More »Henry Bullinger (1504-1575)