1588 - Peter Gonesius professed his Unitarianism at the Synod of Brzesc in Poland. Said to be Polish Unitarianism what Francis Dávid was to Transylvanian Unitarianism, Gonesius was the first of the Polish Anapabtist reformers to publicly declare the union of two theologies — the use of adult reason in achieving faith and the monotheistic nature of God.
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