Would Zwingli have approved of my view of Mark, Matthew, and Stoicism?

Zwingli was one of the greatest minds of the Reformation, no doubt. There may be cause to disagree with him about matters of doctrine, but when it came to appreciation of the past, proper (sane) examination of the present, and hope for the future, we can do no better than Zwingli.

Or, better, it may be said that given Zwingli’s “blend of Platonism and Stoicism” that he was more along the lines of the earliest New Testament writers than we know.

So, as I explore more of Stoicism, and see it in Mark and Matthew (and Paul), maybe I can understand Zwingli better?

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