Michael Servetus (born 1511; died October 27, 1553) was a Spanish physician, humanist, and theologian whose unorthodox teachings led to his condemnation as a heretic by both Protestants and Roman Catholics and to his being burned at the stake. His life had a major influence on early Unitarians and reaction against his death helped nurture the idea of religious tolerance. Our own Rev. Bill Nichols preaches on why we should remember and care about Michael Servetus.
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