Ferenc Dávid and the search for Bible truth in Transylvania

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A study of the life and thought of Ferenc Dávid, a sixteenth-century reformer and Antitrinitarian thinker from the semi-independent province of Transylvania (now part of Romania). This book places Ferenc Dávid in the context both of sixteenth-century Transylvania and of wider religious reform movements of the period. It charts the progress of the Radical Reformation with its often bewildering array of religious groups, and it traces the origins of Antitrinitarian thought – with chapters devoted to the most important sixteenth-century Antitrinitarians Michael Servetus and Faustus Socinus. The book contains a detailed study of Ferenc Dávid himself, following the course of his life and the development of his ideas – including analysis of his final and controversial debate with Faustus Socinus. It concludes by bringing the story of Ferenc Dávid up to date by considering his legacy and the history of the Unitarian Church which sees him as its... More > founder.< Less
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September 29, 2011
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