UU Minute

Table of Contents

#1 Heirs of Alternative Voices
#2 Trinitarianism is NOT Biblical
#3 How Trinitarianism Became Orthodox
#4 Universalism IS Biblical
#5 Pandemics, Printing Presses, and Protestants
#6 Katarzyna Weiglowa
#7 Miguel Serveto (Michael Servetus), part 1
#8 Miguel Serveto (Michael Servetus), part 2
#9 Miguel Serveto (Michael Servetus), part 3
#10 Serveto's Double Legacy
#11 Transylvania, part 1
#12 Isabella Banished
#13 Isabella Returns to Translyvania
#14 Literal Body and Blood? Or Symbols?
#15 Enter Giorgio Biandrata
#16 Biandrata Impresses the King
#17 Biandrata and David Meet
#18 Ferenc David and the Unitarian Mind
#19 King John Comes Around
#20 The Edict of Torda
#21 The Connection: Reason
#22 Transylvanian Unitarianism Down to this Day
#23 The Reformation in Italy
#24 Doctrinal Innovation in Venice
#25 The Empire Strikes Back
#26 Fausto Sozzini: Early Years
#27 Fausto in Transylvania
#28 Poland before Sozzini
#29 Antitrinitarianism in Poland: The Minor Reformed Church
#30 Our Socinian Roots
#31 Sozzini and the Minor Reformed Church
#32 Sozzini Feels the Love -- and the Hate
#33 Rakow and the Racovian Catechism
#34 Roots Intertwined with Mennonites
#35 The Dissipation of Socinianism
#36 England: Wycliffe to Henry VIII
#37 Cranmer's Book of Common Prayer
#38 Stranger Churches
#39 John Biddle
#40 What Unitarians Really Care About
#41 Come the Restoration
#42 Glorious Revolution
#43 Thomas Emlyn
#44 Britain's First Unitarian Church
#45 Theophilus Lindsey Takes the Next Antitrinitarian Step

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