A collection of writings on the Reformation.
Guy de Brès (1522-1567), the faithful disciple of Martin Bucer and John Calvin,
is widely regarded as the man who brought the Reformation to the former Low Countries.
This he achieved both through his personal activity in Belgium and in northern France,
and through his influence, due above all to his Confession de foy, which remains to
this day the symbolic book of several of the world's Reformed Churches. Like Calvin,
he latinized his surname: du Bray became Bresius or Bresaeus, and he also adopted the
derived form de Brès.
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