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Zanchi, Vermigli, and the Struggle Against Gnesio-Lutheranism In the late sixteenth century, a loosely knit group of highly partisan Lutheran polemicists engaged in wide-ranging controversies with their more moderate fellow-Lutherans as well as with proponents of a Reformed vision. They came to be known as “Gnesio-Lutherans,” who contrasted the purity of their own “genuine” or “original” Lutheranism with what they condemned as the compromises and attenuations of the Melanchthonians (sometimes called “Philipists”).

101 CAS, 189–190. , 201. , 200. 24 john l. farthing Zanchi’s theological writings. Martyr’s teaching about life after death (like Calvin’s) is based on biblical arguments, to which philosophical considerations are secondary and almost peripheral. Martyr frankly admits that immortality cannot be established by rational proofs, but must be accepted on the basis of biblical revelation. 104 At several points, then, one can hardly immerse oneself in the writings of Martyr and Zanchi without hearing a distinct shifting of the gears—if not of the tectonic plates—in early Reformed theology.

89–90. 57 Peter Martyr to Johannes Sturm, (24 May 1562) Epist. ” 60 Vermigli cites the dictum of Cyprian and Augustine: “Quid paras dentem et ventrem? ). ” 16 john l. 62 Although he does not explicitly invoke Zanchi’s name, Martyr’s argument is clearly intended as a vindication of the Reformed eucharistic theology that is under massive assault by Zanchi’s adversaries in Strasbourg. 63 Here Martyr’s rejection of ubiquity is rooted in biblical rather than abstract philosophical considerations. ” Christ himself told the Apostles that he was going away.

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