For Faith and Freedom: A Short History of Unitarianism in Europe

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Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations, 1997 - Europe - 211 pages
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Untangling Polish, Transylvanian and English Unitarianism is a challenge even for the serious student. Charles Howe's lucid account reclaims for modern readers the heroic martyrdom of Michael Servetus, the humane leadership of Faustus Socinus, the eloquent conviction of Francis David and the literary genius of Harriet Martineau.
  

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As advertised, this book is indeed "a short history of Unitarianism in Europe." It is fairly readable for this kind of history (like most books of its ilk, it's rather packed with names and dates, but ... Read full review

Contents

The Life and Death of Michael Servetus
19
The Double Legacy of Michael Servetus
41
Faustus Socinus and the Rise
61
The Persecution and Destruction of the
79
Francis David and the Rise of Unitarianism
95
Its Persistence
111
The Beginnings of Unitarianism in England
131
Its Emergence and
151
A Brief Overview
167
Conclusion
185
Chronology
199
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