Ulrich Zwingl was brought up to be a shepherd in a small swiss village. By the end of his brief life Ulrich Zwingli had changed the religious landscape of his home and the world. However, it wasn't until the latter years of his life that he became a reformer. He stood for truth and righteousness in all his writings, he fought for lost souls to hear the good news of Jesus Christ, and at forty-seven, while he was an army chaplain, he was killed on the battle-field. The Shepherd Warrior, Ulrich Zwingli, fought the good fight.With his last strength he voiced his victory: "They can kill the body but not the soul!"
About the Author:
William Boekestein is the pastor at Immanuel Fellowship Church in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Previously, he pastored at Covenant Reformed Church, in Pennsylvania and taught at a Christian school. He has also authored several books including A Well–Ordered Church along side Daniel Hyde