He strenuously inculcated the views of Christian doctrine most opposed to those of the latitudinarian party.
Tillotson was so latitudinarian that his churchmanship was nebulous.
In like manner Lord Shaftesbury was a sectarian in piety and a latitudinarian in humanity.
He was a latitudinarian, without a spark of feeling for historic Christianity.
It is commonly the loose and latitudinarian Christians who pay quite indefensible compliments to Christianity.
We live in decent times; frigid, latitudinarian, alarmed, decorous.
They retained, after a short period of friction, a smug and latitudinarian orthodoxy, which Methodism did little to change.
I had always associated this party with latitudinarian principles.
According to the most latitudinarian notions, this was the extent of the remedy in the hands of Congress.
latitudinarian opinions revived, and the church was regarded merely as a human institution.
1660s, "characterized by broad-mindedness," especially in reference to Episcopal clergymen indifferent to doctrinal details; from Latin latitudin-, from latitude in its meaning "freedom from narrow restrictions" (c.1600). Related: Latitudinarianism.