Balthasar Hubmaier was a noted Anabaptist theologian and reformer. Following an earlier career as a teacher, university vice-rector and priest, he was baptised in 1525 by Wilhelm Reublin. Prior to his martyrdom in 1528, he left behind a number of significant theological writings, most of which contained the motto that appears at the foot of every page of our website, ‘Die Wahrheit ist untödlich’ (‘The truth is unkillable’).
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