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Truber, Primus

(Trubar; 1508–86). “Slovenian Luther”; b. Raschiza, near Auersperg (near Laibach [now Ljubljana], which is near Trieste); RC priest; preached justification by faith alone at Laibach ca. 1531; fled in the late 1540s; preacher Rothenburg; pastor Kempten 1552; to Laibach 1562; banished in the mid-1560s; pastor Laufen, on the Neckar, Württemberg, 1565–66, and then at Derendingen. Created the Slovenian literary language. Works include a catechism; Abecedarium; compendium of AC and the Württemberg and Saxon confessions; a ch. order; commentaries.

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