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Reform and baptismal fonts: From the lutherian device to the originality of the zwinglien device





In this essay Bernard Reymond wonders why Zwinglian churches distinguish themselves from other reformed and Lutheran church buildings by the central place the baptismal font holds in their interior design. He argues that Zwingli assigned to the baptismal font the office that Luther assigned to the altar : to be a memorial to Christ, but in a more Noahic than Abrahamic sense.

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