Warner Tute (16th century)
Warner Tute, a Dutch Anabaptist, baptized ca. 1535 at Deventer by Hendrick Kistemecker of Zutphen, and beheaded at Kampen, is a typical example of early Dutch Anabaptist chiliasm (apocalypticism), declaring that one Johan had told him "there would be an assembling [of the elect Anabaptists], at a place unknown to him [Warner] but provided by God, and then the trumpets from heaven would blow and at this moment everyone should be prepared." He obviously belonged to the revolutionary wing of Anabaptists.
Doopsgezinde Bijdragen (1875): 62 ff.
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