A Dictionary of All Religions and Religious Denominations/Flacians
FLACIANS, the disciples of M. Flacius Illyricus in the sixteenth century; who was a learned and zealous disciple of Luther, and one of the authors of the German Ecclesiastical History, called Centuriae Magdeburgensis. He maintained that original sin is 'the very substance of human nature.' See Calvinists.
- Mosheim, vol. iv. p. 48.