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(ServetServide) (ser-vē'tŭs),
Miguel, Spanish anatomist and theologian, 1511-1553. See: Servetus circulation.
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And as for Michael Servetus, we uncover a Calvin angrily disagreeing with him, but agonizing when he cannot save him from death at the stake.
org, Michael Servetus Unitarian Universalist Fellowship or the Verna and Henry Steffes Scholarship Fund, University of Wisconsin, Marathon County Center.
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.
Closer inspection reveals, however, that this is the story of Michael Servetus (1511-1553), one of the most intriguing figures in the history of religion and medicine.
In Calvin's 16th-century Geneva, even private practice of Catholic rites was punishable by expulsion from the city, attendance at sermons was mandatory, and the theological dissident Michael Servetus was burned at the stake for rejecting the doctrines of the Trinity and infant baptism.
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.
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).