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Moïse Amyraut

(1596—1644)


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(1596–1644),

French Protestant theologian. From 1626 he was minister at Saumur and lecturer at the Protestant Academy there, becoming Principal in 1641. In his Brief Traitté de la predestination (1634) he taught that Christ had been sent into the world to redeem all people, provided they had faith, not just those predestined for salvation. He was tried for heresy at the Protestant Synod of Alençon in 1637, but escaped condemnation.

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