a Polish nobleman and theologian of the Socinian Polish Brethren. Following the 1639 ban on Socinianism he was convicted by the Warsaw parliament for spreading "godless" dogma and exiled. He hid for several months in the homes of sympathetic nobles but finally departed for the Netherlands. During the Swedish invasion 1655 he returned temporarily to Kraków, but after their withdrawal he was forced to leave the country again but never made it back to Amsterdam. He died in Sulechów on the border of Silesia. His writings had influence on English Unitarians.
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