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Erasmus Sarcerius, (1511-1589), a German Lutheran clergyman. Of his numerous writings, mention should be made of his book, <em>Wider die Secten Rotten und falsche Lerer</em> (Eisleben, 1560), in which he includes the Anabaptists.
 
Erasmus Sarcerius, (1511-1589), a German Lutheran clergyman. Of his numerous writings, mention should be made of his book, <em>Wider die Secten Rotten und falsche Lerer</em> (Eisleben, 1560), in which he includes the Anabaptists.
 
 
 
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Erasmus Sarcerius, (1511-1589), a German Lutheran clergyman. Of his numerous writings, mention should be made of his book, Wider die Secten Rotten und falsche Lerer (Eisleben, 1560), in which he includes the Anabaptists.


Date Published 1959


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