Visual Timeline: Heinrich Bullinger
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1504 CE - 1575 CE: Life of reformer, theologian, and historian Heinrich Bullinger.
1519 CE: Heinrich Bullinger enters University of Cologne at the age of 14.
1522 CE - 1523 CE: Heinrich Bullinger graduates with his Master's Degree and becomes headmaster at Kappel Abbey.
1531 CE: After Zwingli is killed in Kappel Wars, Heinrich Bullinger takes over his position in Zürich as leader of Reformation.
1531 CE - 1575 CE: Heinrich Bullinger serves as people's priest in Zürich, oversees other churches, writes his famous works, and institutes educational reforms.
1536 CE: Heinrich Bullinger co-authors The First Helvetic Confession with Leo Judd.
1549 CE - 1551 CE: Heinrich Bullinger writes his Decades.
1562 CE: Heinrich Bullinger writes his Second Helvetic Confession.
1564 CE - 1565 CE: Heinrich Bullinger loses his wife and a daughter (or daughters) to the plague and is afflicted himself; continues to serve others.