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'Truth liberates you': The message of Transylvania's first…

by Imre Gellerd

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About the translators: quoting from the book's back cover, "Born in Transylvania. . .Judit Gellerd was the daughter of a famous Unitarian minister-scholar, Rev. Gellerd Imre. . . [S]he met Prof. George Williams when she was a Hungarian Unitarian delegate to the Stanford world congress of the International Association for Religious Freedom. [They married and] worked together on translating her father's works about Unitarianism in Transylvania." About the book: quoting from the work's preface by Prof. George M. Williams, "He is known as Francis David in English accounts of the Radical Reformation, if he is known at all. David Ferenc was born at Kolozsvar, Transylvania (since 1918, Romania) either in 1510 or 1520 and died in a prison at Deva on November 7 or 15, 1579. In the 59 or 69 years of his life he moved from Roman Catholic to Lutheran to Swiss Reformed to Unitarian, leading each of the three reformation movements in Transylvania as its bishop but was the first victim of the counter-reformation there."
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