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- Balthasar Hubmaier (c. 1480 – 10 March 1528; Latin: Pacimont****) was an influential German Anabaptist leader. He was one of the most well-known and respected...
- say that infant baptism is a robbery of the right baptism of Christ. — Hubmaier, Balthasar (1526), Short apology. Anabaptists were heavily and long ****cuted...
- people George Blaurock Hans Denck Conrad Grebel Melchior Hoffman Balthasar Hubmaier Hans Hut Jacob Hutter Alexander Mack Felix Manz Pilgram Marpeck Melchior...
- Johannes Bünderlin Hans Denck Christian Entfelder Conrad Grebel Balthasar Hubmaier Felix Manz Roman Catholics who worked against the Protestant Reformation...
- self-defense, or go to war. (Note: Schwertler Anabaptists, such as Balthasar Hubmaier, were not nonresistant and supported the government; they even encouraged...
- to the North and the East, in the timespan of only one year. Balthasar Hubmaier (c. 1480–1528), a Bavarian from Friedberg, became an Anabaptist in Zurich...
- Beza, Martin Bucer, Andreas von Carlstadt, Heinrich Bullinger, Balthasar Hubmaier, Thomas Cranmer, William Farel, Thomas Müntzer, Laurentius Petri, Olaus...
- people George Blaurock Hans Denck Conrad Grebel Melchior Hoffman Balthasar Hubmaier Hans Hut Jacob Hutter Alexander Mack Felix Manz Pilgram Marpeck Melchior...
- (1989), Balthasar Hubmaier, theologian of Anabaptism, Scottdale, Pennsylvania: Herald Press, p. 351, ISBN 0-8361-3103-7; cf. p. 239: Hubmaier, Balthasar (1527)...
- and her brother Felix was released because of his young age. Balthasar Hubmaier (c. 1480 – 1528) was one of the most well-known and respected Anabaptist...
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