Although Ulrich Zwingli stands under the shadow of Martin Luther and John Calvin in terms of prominence in the Protestant Reformation, he nevertheless deserves a place alongside these giants. His contributions to the doctrine of Scripture, providence, the Law of God, church and state, and the sacraments are notable. In the the six video lectures below, Pastor Mark Sarver, a professor of historical theology for Reformed Baptist Seminary, provides a survey of Zwingli's theology and underscores its relevance for today.
In 1987 at age 10 my great grandma died and her funeral devastated me. I remember going home and balling my eyes out, getting on my knees before the Lord and making a profession of faith. At that time I still didn’t know what that meant or even looked like. Yet my loving mother still dragged me to church with her most Sundays up until High School. I entered college as a “non-professing Christian”.
You're invited to a Summer Module entitled "Calling & Cultivation." Immanuel Baptist Church of Sacramento, California, will host the module June 9 thru 15. Pastors Jeff Johnson and Robert Briggs will address the subject of a "call to ministry," as well as the cultivation of godliness at the level of a man's personal character, marriage and family, and his public ministry. Dr Michael Haykin will serve as a guest lecturer and speak the final day on the personal piety of 18th century Calvinist Baptists.