Michael Servetus: intellectual giant, humanist, and martyr
University Press of America, 2002 - Biography & Autobiography - 275 pages
Documents the tumultuous life of Michael Servetus, who, in the sixteenth century, endured much criticism for his views that were contradictory to those of the church, which ultimately lead to his death.
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For Faith and Freedom: A Short History of Unitarianism in Europe
Charles A. Howe
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