Michael Servetus, Unitarian Martyr

Over the course of the summer, we’ll be looking at the lives and legacies of Unitarians and Universalists who paved the way for the faith tradition we embrace today. First up is Michael Servetus, the Spanish theologian who rejected the Holy Trinity in favor of a Holy Unity, and who was martyred for his “heresy” at the command of Protestant reformer John Calvin. Join us throughout the summer as we remember the winding and bumpy road that brought us where we are today.

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