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Zwingli, Ulrich (1484-1531). The leader of the Swiss Reformation, Zwingli is often numbered with Luther and Calvin as one of the most influential Protestant Reformers. A strict adherent to the biblical text, Zwingli rejected Luther's position of consubstantiation in regard to the presence of Christ in the Eucharist, arguing instead for a memorialist view. Zwingli inspired but later broke with the developing Anabaptist movement.