Heinrich Bullinger (1504-1575) has always been overshadowed by his predecessor
Huldrych Zwingli and his Genevan counterpart Jean Calvin. Yet it was Bullinger
who saved the Reformation in Zurich after Zwingli was killed. In remembrance of
the 500th birthday of this influential theologian in 2004, IDC has newly cataloged
its microfiche collection of original publications by Bullinger, using internationally
accepted bibliographic standards.
Please visit this collection at Brill.com for price information.