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September 13

Stargard, Germany

Stargard, Germany

1660 – Jonas Schlichtingius, a lifelong Unitarian who served as a missionary and was imprisoned in Stargard, Germany, for his beliefs, finished his commentaries on the Pauline epistles. His sons and other colleagues published them after Schlichtingius’s death as part of a reference series for Polish Unitarians.

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