Zwinglian



of or relating to Ulrich or his doctrines, largely agreeing with those of Luther and offering a distinctive interpretation of the Lord’s Supper.
a follower of .
Historical Examples

The Zwinglian cook placed a box of many-colored chips in front of him.
Atlantida Pierre Benoit

Luther in fact was never Zwinglian as regards the Communion.
History of the Great Reformation, Volume IV J. H. Merle D’Aubign

There were fervent adherents of extreme Swiss doctrines, Calvinistic or Zwinglian; these were also few.
Ten Tudor Statesmen Arthur D. Innes

That is not Lutheran doctrine, it is not even Zwinglian; it is much nearer the Anabaptist.
A History of the Reformation (Vol. 2 of 2) Thomas M. Lindsay

The document is Calvinist in theology and largely Zwinglian in language.
A History of the Reformation (Vol. 2 of 2) Thomas M. Lindsay

In this more tolerant German city he came into daily contact with the workings of the Lutheran and Zwinglian professions.
The Story of Switzerland Lina Hug

noun
an upholder of the religious doctrines or movement of Zwingli
adjective
of or relating to Zwingli, his religious movement, or his doctrines, esp his interpretation of the Eucharist

1532, after Ulrich Zwingli (1484-1531), Swiss Protestant reformer.

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