This volume contains several of Zwingli's pre-Reformation writings and his earliest Reformation treatises, which defended the freedom of Christians by attacking such issues as regulations governing Lenten fasts, clerical marriage and clerical celibacy.
Table of Contents:
- Declaration of Huldreich Zwingli Regarding Original Sin, Addressed to Urbanus Rhegius – August 15, 1526
- An Account of the Faith of Huldreich Zwingli, Submitted to the German Emperor Charles V, at the Diet of Augsburg – July 3, 1530
- Refutation of the Articles of Zwingli Presented to His Imperial Majesty, Made by John Eck Under the Patronage of the Most Honorable Prince, Lord Erhard, S.R.E. Cardinal Bishop of Liege – July 17, 1530
- Letter of Huldreich Zwingli to the Illustrious Princes of Germany Assembled at Augsburg, Regarding the Insults of Eck – August 27, 1530
- Reproduction from Memory of a Sermon on the Providence of God, Dedicated to His Highness, Philip of Hesse – August 20, 1530
- A Short and Clear Exposition of the Christian Faith Preached by Huldreich Zwingli, Written by Zwingli Himself Shortly Before His Death to a Christian King. Thus Far not Printed by Anyone and now for the First Time Published to the World, Written July, 1531