(Helth; Caspar; Gaspar; ca. 1500 [some think as late as ca. 1520]ca. 1574). Reformer in Klausenburg; b. probably Heltau, Transylvania; educ. Wittenberg; first followed M. Luther* and P. Melanchthon,* later J. Calvin,* then Socinianism.* Works include Bible, catechism, poems, and theol. writings in Hungarian.
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