The Reformation Wall in Geneva, Switzerland, is a monument to some well known Reformers. It includes statues of the Reformers, and quotations from the Reformation.

Pictures of The Reformation Wall

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Statues of William Farel, John Calvin, Theodore Beza, and John Knox
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John Knox teaching at St. Giles Cathedral Roger Williams Pilgrims praying during the founding of New England
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Oliver Cromwell William and Mary acknowledging the English Bill of Rights Stephen Bocskay
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Noting 1559, the year John Knox returned to Scotland from a long exhile Prince Bocskay being saluted for a victory Noting that the Reformation Monument was ereted in 1602
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Monument to Zwingli John Knox, William Farel,
John Calvin, Theodore Beza
John Knox, William Farel,
John Calvin, Theodore Beza

People

CENTER OF THE MONUMENT:

John Knox (1513 – 1572): Leader of the Reformation in Scotland.
William Farel (1489 – 1565): Leader of the Reformation in Geneva, persuaded John Calvin to come work in Geneva.
John Calvin (1509 – 1564): Reformation leader who helped organize Reformed teaching into a systematic theology in The Institutes. Lead the Reformation movement in Geneva, and wrote many books and commentaries.
Theodore Beza (1519 – 1605): A Swiss Reformer and disciple of John Calvin. Succeed Calvin as the leader of the Reformation in Geneva.

LEFT SIDE OF THE MONUMENT:

Gaspard de Coligny (1519 – 1572): French nobleman and admiral, who lead of a group of French Protestants called the Huguenots.
William I, Prince of Orange (1533 – 1584): Also known as William the Silent. A Dutch Protestant who lead a military revolt against Spain, in response to Spanish persecution of Dutch Protestants.
Frederick William of Brandenburg (1620 – 1688): A Calvinist elector of Brandenburg, who was a wise political and military leader.

RIGHT SIDE OF THE MONUMENT:

Stephen Bocskay (1557 – 1606): Calvinst Prince and military leader of Transylvania.
Oliver Cromwell (1599 – 1658): English Puritan military and political leader, who lead the Parliamentarians during the English Civil War.
Roger Williams (1603 – 1684): English Puritan and Baptist who started the Providence Planation in America and founded the first Baptist church in America.

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