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Servetus

Michael, Spanish name Miguel Serveto. 1511--53, Spanish theologian and physician. He was burnt at the stake by order of Calvin for denying the doctrine of the Trinity and the divinity of Christ
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Ashworth returned home from the military in 1973 and married, Servetus Ashworth entered into a lease agreement with the young couple, through which they purchased the house, barn and small portion of land in 1976 and then completed the purchase of the property in 1985.
The fate of Michael Servetus, and the book for which he was burned, is the subject of Out of the Flames, a thoroughly engaging account of the life of Servetus as well as a bibliophile's delight.
When Servetus wrote Christianity Restored he sought to expose a corruption, as he saw it, far deeper and more endemic than the concupiscence of a Borgia Pope.
38) The killing of Michael Servetus at Geneva was thus justified.
Wasn't the execution of Michael Servetus the outstanding example of religious atrocity in the age of the Reformation?
The restoration of Christianity; an English translation of Christianismi restitutio, 1553 by Michael Servetus (1511-1553).
The latter, frustrated by the difficulty of defining the concept of toleration and the proliferation of studies on it, concentrated her inquiry on the self-serving praises lavished by historians and politicians of the Third Republic on emblematic figures such as Michael Servetus and Sebastian Castellio.
Even the burning of Michael Servetus was a rotten business for Calvin in an age where a death was all too often a convenient solution for the current problem.
A mandatory site visit fives cail babcock site is intended for lots 3, 4, 6 and 7, and a visit to the school today Servetus is planned for Lot 18.
The consistory has been pilloried as institutionalized snooping at best, as a sort of inquisition at worst, and the Servetus Affair has stamped Calvin's reputation with the seal (and zeal) of a religious fanatic, ready to slay all in the name of his despotic god.
Dibb (theology, Academy of the New Church Theological School) looks to theologians Michael Servetus (1509-53) and Emanuel Swedenborg (1688-1772) to explain who the God is that Christian worship, why they understand him to be the God they think he is, and how they know that their own personal and denominational interpretation of the Bible is accurate and true.