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Leipzig Colloquy.

Conference at Leipzig, Ger., 1631 bet. Luths. (John* George I and Saxon theologians M. Höe* v. Höenegg, P. Leyser* the Younger, and H. Höpfner*) and Calvinists (Georg Wilhelm [1595–1640; elector of Brandenburg 1620–40; son of John* Sigismund; father of Frederick* William of Brandenburg] and his court preacher J. Bergius*; Wilhelm V [1602–37; landgrave of Hesse-Cassel 1627–37], his court preacher T. Neuberger,* and J. Crocius*) to prevent execution of the Edict of Restitution.* The colloquents agreed on most of the AC but disagreed on the communication of attributes, Lord's Supper, and predestination.

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