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Martin Bucer (2)

Having looked at Martin Bucer’s history in our first article, how should we remember Martin Bucer? First, we should remember that he was a reformer who diligently, and at times stubbornly, fought for unity in the church. This was a worthy goal. Members of the church should seek to unite, but that unity must be […]

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Martin Bucer (1)

If we would ask anyone to name the key Reformers of the Reformation, it is doubtful that Martin Bucer would be named. Unlike Luther, Calvin, and Zwingli, Martin Bucer has no Protestant group which directly claims him as their spiritual father. As a result, he has never received very much attention by historians. However, interest […]

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