Surviving the World

A Photocomic Education by Dante Shepherd

Lesson #368 - Predestination

Our favorite Protestant reformer, by the way, is Ulrich Zwingli. (Did you know you could have favorite Protestant reformers?) No one seems to remember him, but he essentially started the Protestant Reformation in Switzerland, made some significant headway there, potentially had some influence on John Calvin, but was killed in battle. He ended up being overshadowed by both Martin Luther and Calvin, but he was basically a guy who, had he lived, would be recognized as one of the earliest religious reformers and an important theological thinker.

Instead, he's just another dead guy who had a cool name. Too bad.