Stanisław Paklepka

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Stanisław Paklepka, Latin Paclesius (d. Lublin 1565) was one of the first generation of Polish Calvinists, then later an Arian.[1] At the Synods of Pińczów in 1562 Stanisław Paklepka and Gregory Paul of Brzeziny rejected the doctrine of the Trinity as a "papal" concept, without Biblical support, as also infant baptism.[2]

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  1. ^ History of the Polish Reformation: and nine related documents by Stanisław Lubieniecki, ed. George Huntston Williams - 1995 "Stanislaw Paklepka (Paclesius, d. 1565) studied at the Jagiellonian University, 1551, and from 1558 to 1560, he was in charge of a group of Polish students in Basel, among them two Lutomirskis, then studied on his own. "
  2. ^ The Oxford encyclopedia of the Reformation: Volume 3 Hans J. Hillerbrand - 1996 ... and Albrecht Koscienski refused to baptize infants, and with Schomann's withholding of his daughter from pedobaptism in 1564; (5) the theoretical justification of rebaptism by Czechowic after 1563/64 and by Stanislaw Paklepka; ...