Pál Karádi

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Pál Karádi (1523 – c.1590) was a Hungarian Unitarian bishop, writer and printer. He had been secretary at the Torda dispute.[1] Karádi was one of the millenarians among the Hungarian Unitarian church.[2][3] His press also printed theatrical works.[4]


  1. ^ Early modern religious communities in East-Central Europe Page 112 István Keul - 2009 - The Antitrinitarian referees were the preachers Lajos Szegedi (Torda), István Császmai (Gyulafehérvár), Miklós Sztárai, and Pál Karádi, both from Temesvár. Further, two secretaries were named for each side.
  2. ^ Continental millenarians: protestants, catholics, heretics - Page 22 John Christian Laursen, Richard Henry Popkin - 2001 Hungary (outside the authority of the prince of Transylvania). where the former Unitarian bishop of Temesvar, Pal Karadi. dedicated a manuscript of some six hundred pages to demonstrating the necessity of Christ's earthly kingdom.
  3. ^ A history of Unitarianism: Volume 2 Earl Morse Wilbur - 1952 They had followed the case of David with deepest concern, and immediately upon receiving word of his death at Deva Pal Karadi, Pastor at Temesvar, addressed to Demetrius Hunyadi who had succeeded David as Superintendent,
  4. ^ The Reformation and the book Jean François Gilmont, Karin Maag - 1998 12.1 De falsa et vera unius dei patris, filii et spiritus sancti cognitione (Gyulafehervar: Hoffhalter's widow, 1568) Other Protestant workshops Also in Transylvania, but in Pal Karadi's workshop in Abrudbanya, a Hungarian play was