Works by Ulrich Zwingli
Selected resources at L. Tom Perry Special Collections
Welche ursach gebind se ufrüren (Who is the source of sedition). Zürich: Christoph Froschauer, 1524.
- Call number: Vault Collection 284 Z98w 1524
Fidei ratio (The Ground of faith). Zürich: Christoph Froschauer, 1530.
At the Diet of Augsburg, Zwingli submitted the Fidei ratio as a separate confession, delineating the differences between his theological positions and Lutheran beliefs as summarized by Melanchthon’s Augsburg Confession.
- Call number: Vault Collection 270.6 Z98 1530
Christianae fidei expositio (Exposition of Christian faith). Zürich: Christoph Froschauer, 1536.
Zwingli wrote this explication of the reformed faith several months before his death in 1531, addressing it to the king of France, François I. Heinrich Bullinger, Zwingli’s successor in Zürich, edited the work for publication in 1536.
- Call number: Vault Collection 230 Z98 1536f
Froschauer (Zürich) Bible. Zürich: Christoph Froschauer, 1560.
The Zürich Bible was first published by Froschauer in six volumes between 1525 and 1529. The text consists of the portion of Luther’s Bible translation that had been completed at that time, along with translations by Zwingli, Leo Jud, and other pastors of the Church of Zürich.
- Call number: Vault Collection Quarto 220.44 Z88 1560
Heinrich Bullinger. (Second Helvetic Confession) Confessio et exposition simplex orthodoxae fidei. Bern: Georg Sonnleitner, 1676.
- Call number: Rare Book Collection 284.207 H369c 1676
Selected print and online resources
An English translation of Fidei ratio by George Joye, 1548. At Early English Books Online (available through BYU)
Zwingli and Bullinger: selected translations. Library of Christian Classics vol. 24. Edited by G. W. Bromiley. Phildelphia: Westminster Press, 1953.
- HBLL Stacks BR 346 .A24