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Samuel Huber

(c. 1547—1624)


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(c.1547–1624),

Protestant controversialist. He was banished from Switzerland in 1588 after asserting the universality of Christ's atonement. He later signed the Formula of Concord and for a time held office in the Lutheran Church in Germany, until this too found his teaching about the atonement too extreme.

Subjects: Early Modern History (1500 to 1700) — Christianity.


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