Notes to general Theological terms of Christian doctrine of Filip Melanchton, composed by L. Stockel
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Author personalizes Leonard Stokel, he was Rector of humanistic school, which under his leadership has achieved a high level of just. Around the year 1540 he wrote the laws, which are among the oldest school laws . Of particular importance are his comments on the General principles of the Christian teaching of Philip Melanchton (published in Basel in 1560) and public Confessia of Pentapolite from 1548).During the century it was visited by students from northern parts of Hungary. Bardejov would then become the center of education, theater, arts and culture. Stockel had an excellent reputation, which developed into a secular education. The school fell under the Urban Council, which approved the regulations and control and various documents.
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