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date: 20 November 2019

Poullain, Valérandlocked

(c. 1509–1557)
  • Andrew Spicer


Poullain, Valérand (c. 1509–1557), Reformed minister and theologian, was born in Lille, one of five children of Jacques Poullain, a Burgundian who had become a citizen of the town. He matriculated at the University of Louvain in March 1531, and by 1540 he had become a priest. In that year ...

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