160) 1545 Preface to the Revelation of St. John, in Luther’s Works (Muhlenberg ed.), VI p. 482.
161) See especially Williams’s book The Radical Reformation, Westminster Press, Philadelphia, 1975, pp. XX,268-73,311-17,322f,335f,605f,621f,858f. Williams is the foremost authority sympathetic to Anabaptism. Earlier, with A.M. Mergal, he had co-authored also Spiritual and Anabaptist Writers, Westminster Press, Philadelphia, 1957.
162) See the citations in G.H. Williams’s Radical Reformation, 1975, pp. 194f.
163) U. Zwingli: Declaration of Christian Faith, 1531, arts. 15,19,73-82,87-91 & 121-24.
164) The True Method of Giving Peace & Reforming the Church, in Tracts & Treatises, Grand Rapids, Eerdmans, 1958 rep., III, pp. 339, 331, 337.
165) Inst. IV:17:13-15.
166) Ib. I:9:1.
167) Ib. III:3:14.
168) J. Calvin: Concerning Scandals (1550), Eerdmans, Grand Rapids, 1978, pp. vii & 66f and Inst. IV:16:31-32.
169) J. Calvin: Brief Instruction for Arming All the Good Faithful Against the Errors of the Common Sect of the Anabaptists, in his Treatises Against the Anabaptists and Against the Libertines, Baker, Grand Rapids, ed. 1982, p. 156.
170) Calvin’s Against the Libertines (in his Treatises Against the Anabaptists and the Libertines), pp. 213-25.
171) Williams: op. cit., p. 597.
172) Calvin’s Against the Libertines (in his Treatises Against the Anabaptists and the Libertines), pp. 299-336.
173) Macropaedia 15:66 and Micropaedia VI:1012-13.
174) Dogmatic Dictations, Locus de Sac. Script., II, p. 112, 2nd ed., Kampen, Kok, n.d.
175) London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1971, p. 36.
176) New York: Harper & Row, 1966, frontispiece.
177) Ib., pp. 20-24.