Calvin and Bullinger: the Later Reformed Church

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    [FONT=trebuchet ms, helvetica, sans-serif][SIZE=16px]​It strikes me that the externality that is characteristic of "Protestantism" managed to highlight personal animosities so that men like Bucer and Bullinger not only had personal hostilities but also created churches/denominations that did. Within the Catholic Church there surely were personal animosities but they did not manage to create hostile separated churches and even if some of the church's monastic orders managed to be contentious they were nonetheless compelled to admit and observe unity in dogma. That external "reformation" is still present today and I do not doubt that it plays a significant role in the creation of new denominations and new independent congregations.[/SIZE][/FONT]
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