Peter Riedemann

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Peter Riedemann (Rideman, Rydeman, Ryedeman) (1506 – 1 December 1556) is considered the second founder of the Hutterite brotherhood, a branch of Anabaptist Christianity. Riedemann was born in Jelenia Góra, Silesia and died in Brodské, Slovakia.

His best-known work is the Account of Our Religion, Doctrine and Faith, a document summarising the beliefs and practices of his church.

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