15341591, Feb 23
a French Reformed theologian, poet, diplomat and nobleman. His trend toward the Reformed Protestantism was strengthened during his study of law at Toulouse, and after a theological course at Geneva, he became the pastor of the Reformed congregation of Paris, 1556-62. When in the night of September 4, 1557, a Protestant meeting was attacked and 140 persons were imprisoned, Chandieu published his Remonstrance au Roi and his Apologie des bons Chr├ętiens contre les ennemis de l'├ęglise catholique. In consequence, he was arrested, but was soon released at the intervention of Antoine de Bourbon.
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