Written by Heinrich Bullinger in 1566, the Second Helvetic Confession brings together the insights of earlier Reformed Confessions while avoiding speculative doctrines. It received official recognition from the Reformed Churches of Switzerland, Hungary, and many other Reformed churches of the continent of Europe. It continues to be the doctrine of the Reformed Church of Hungary and of Magyar churches in the United States and elsewhere.

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