(Confessio Rhaetica). Drawn up, after several conferences, in fall 1552 by a syn. in Graubünden (Grisons canton, Switz.; formed largest part of ancient Roman province of Rhaetia) against antitrinitarian heresies and to resolve problems caused esp. by teachings of C. Renato* on conversion and the Sacraments; approved by J. H. Bullinger* and signed by most pastors involved in the matter.
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