The first statement of Socinian principles. Drawn up by Valentin Schmalz and Johannes Völkel on the basis of drafts by F. P. Socinus, it was published in Polish in 1605 at Raków in S. Poland. German and Latin versions followed. It did not claim to be a formal confessional creed but rather a body of opinions which would point believers to eternal life.
Subjects: Early Modern History (1500 to 1700) — Christianity.