The letter which Zwingli addressed to the clergy of Zurich canton is a brief statement of Reformation principles.
Zwingli then began to attack fasts and the celibacy of the clergy.
He became vicar-general to the Bishop of Constance, and as such was an antagonist of Zwingli.
First preaching of the reformed doctrines by Zwingli, in Switzerland.
They were opposed by Zwingli, who insisted that infant baptism must be maintained, because it took the place of circumcision.
From the outset Zwingli became a prominent figure in Zurich.
He is within an inch of the heresy of Zwingli and Oecolampades.
Zwingli remonstrated vigorously, and the practice was abandoned.
Thus Zwingli combined persecution and revolution in the same doctrine.
As with Luther, so with Melancthon and Zwingli and their immediate followers.