Claudius of Savoy

Claudius Of Savoy a Unitarian of the sixteenth century, who, in a disputation at Berne, 1534, maintained that Christ was a man, who "was called God inasmuch as he had received the fullness of the divine Spirit beyond all other beings. The Father dwelt in him through the divine Spirit, and all through him might be animated by the Father" (Neander, History of Dogmas, Ryland's transl., 2:647). He was expelled from Berne, imprisoned at Strasburgh, returned to Switzerland, and recanted at Lausanne, 1537. See Schelhorn, De Mino Celso et Claudio Allobroge (Ulm, 1748, 8vo); Mosheim, Ch. Hist. 3, 223; Trechsel, die protest. Antitrinitarier, 1, 55.

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