Stanisław Paklepka, Latin Paclesius (d. Lublin 1565) was one of the first generation of Polish Calvinists, then later an Arian. 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.
- 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. "
- 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; ...
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