Giovanni Paolo Alciati

Anti-Trinitarian heretic, born Milan, Italy; died Danzig, 1565. A partisan of the Reformation, he was a leader of the Italian refugees attracted to Geneva by Calvin. He became a disciple of Socinus, and denied the doctrines of the Trinity and the Divinity of Christ. Accused of heresy by the Calvinists, he fled to Poland.

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