(c. 1460, Prague – Dec 11, 1528, Jungbunzlau, Bohemia) was the most important theologian and leader of the Bohemian and Moravian Brethren. After 1494, he contributed definitively to the reconfiguration and consolidation of their theology and polity (“Grand Party”). In the last years of his life, he made initial (critical) contacts with Luther and Melanchthon.
A. Molnár, Bratr Lukáš, 1948
E. Peschke, Kirche und Welt in der Theologie der Böhmischen Brüder, 1981.