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  1. El origen del presbiterianismo se remonta al principio de la Reforma protestante del siglo XVI, más precisamente en Suiza y Escocia, lideradas por personajes como John Knox, Juan Calvino, Ulrico Zuinglio y Heinrich Bullinger. Estas congregaciones derivan su nombre de la palabra griega presbyteros, que significa literalmente "anciano".

  2. Dr. Bullinger died on June 6, 1913, in London, England, leaving behind a wonderful legacy of works to help us in the study of God's Word. The best known is "The Companion Bible". Bullinger began to work on the Companion Bible in 1908. When he died in 1913, he was ready with the Old Testament and the Gospels.

  3. Regnans in Excelsis ("Reigning on High") is a papal bull that Pope Pius V issued on 25 February 1570. It excommunicated Queen Elizabeth I of England, referring to her as "the pretended Queen of England and the servant of crime", declared her a heretic, and released her subjects from allegiance to her, even those who had "sworn oaths to her", and excommunicated any who obeyed her orders: "We ...

  4. Hugenoci (fr. huguenots) – nazwa francuskich ewangelików reformowanych (potocznie nazywanych kalwinistami) w XVI i XVII wieku. Pochodzi ona od nazwiska przywódcy powstania w Genewie, Besançon Hugues'a.

  5. Karl Barth (ur.10 maja 1886 w Bazylei, zm. 10 grudnia 1968 w Bazylei) – teolog szwajcarski.Najbardziej wpływowy teolog ewangelicko-reformowany od czasów Kalwina.

  6. It was led by famous reformers such as John Calvin (1509–1564) and Huldrych Zwingli (1484–1531) in Switzerland and John Knox (1513–1572) in Scotland. Other important leaders were Philipp Melanchthon (1497–1560), Martin Bucer (1491–1551), and Heinrich Bullinger (1504–1574).

  7. Brill offers primary source material as collections in multiple subject areas. Many of our primary source collections are unique, as they are often the only source of rare documents outside of the source library itself.