1590, Jul 261633, Jun 11
a Polish and German theologian. Crellius moved to Poland at the age of 22, and quickly became known as one of the chief theologians of the Socinians, also known as Polish brethren. From 1613 he worked at the Racovian Academy at Raków, of which he was the rector from 1616 to 1621. In 1630 he worked with Joachim Stegmann Sr. in the production of a German version of the Racovian New Testament. Two of Crell's works were translated into English: two were published in London and the third in Konigsburg.
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