Trisacramentarians a controversial name given to those reformers who maintained that there are three sacraments necessary to salvation, viz. baptism, the Lord's supper, and absolution. This opinion was held by some Lutherans at, Leipsic, and was, authoritatively set forth as a doctrine of the Church, of England in the Institution of a Christian Man (1562).

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