If you’re looking for a handy way to access my seven-part series on the Marburg Colloquy (Luther versus Zwingli on the Lord’s Supper), you can find all seven parts right here.

1. Luther versus Zwingli at Marburg: Why the Fuss?

2. Luther on the Lord’s Supper

3. Zwingli on the Lord’s Supper

4. Humanity and Physicality

5. Humanity and Omnipresence

6. Flesh and Spirit

7. Marburg’s Conclusion

My sources for this series are below:

Aland, Kurt. Four Reformers: Luther, Melanchthon, Calvin, Zwingli. Translated by James L.

Schaaf. Minneapolis: Augsburg Publishing House, 1979.

Evans, G.R. Faith in the Medieval World. Downers Grove: Intervarsity Press, 2002.

George, Timothy. Theology of the Reformers. Nashville: Broadman Press, 1988.

Heinze, Rudolph W. Reform and Conflict: From the Medieval World to the Wars of Religion, AD

     1350-1648. Edited by John D. Woodbridge and David F. Wright. Grand Rapids: Baker

Books, 2005.

Janz, Denis R., ed. A Reformation Reader: Primary Texts with Introductions. Minneapolis:

Fortress Press, 1999.

Lindberg, Carter. The European Reformations. Malden: Blackwell Publishing, 1996.

Lull, Timothy F., ed. Martin Luther’s Basic Theological Writings, 2nd Edition. Minneapolis:

Augsburg Fortress, 2005.

Luther, Martin, and Ulrich Zwingli. Luther and Zwingli’s Propositions for Debate: The Ninety-

     Five Theses of 31 October 1517 and The Sixty-Seven Articles of 19 January 1523. Translated

by Carl S. Meyer. Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1963.

Pipkin, H. Wayne. The Nature and Development of the Zwinglian Reformation to August, 1524.

     Hartford: UMI Dissertation Information Service, 1989.

Sasse, Herman. This is My Body: Luther’s Contention for the Real Presence in the Sacrament of

     the Altar. Minneapolis: Augsburg Publishing House, 1959.

Wandel, Lee Palmer. The Eucharist in the Reformation: Incarnation and Liturgy. New York:

Cambridge University Press, 2006.

Zwingli, Ulrich. On Providence and Other Essays. Edited by William John Hinke. Durham: The

Labyrinth Press, 1983.