Universal Salvation

John Denck (1495-1527) along with Louis Haetzer, and Jacob Kautz (1500-1532), first spokesmen for the South German and Austrian Anabaptist, taught “universal salvation or the restitution of all (Acts 3:21), which appears prominently in several of his later works … a doctrine of universal salvation to include [even] the devil and his hosts.”

George H. Williams
The Radical Reformation
Westminster Press, 1962, pp. 149, 155, 252

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