The Author of ye Booke has sent about a soft vindication of himselfe, that he is unwilling to be accounted a Socinian, &c.
Now, if ever there was a Socinian book in the world, it is this work of Locke.
It is easily forgotten that Luther desired the execution of a rationalist, and that Calvin did burn a Socinian.
Well may the Socinian assume this lofty tone, with those whom we are now addressing.
A relaxation of the commercial system was denounced because one of its principal advocates was a Socinian.
The Socinian conception of Scripture corresponds to their idea of faith.
Query, By what Socinian writer are these two hexameter verses used?
He snatched Biddle, the Socinian, from the fangs of persecutors.
Some reviled the Bishop for being a Socinian, which he was not, and some for being a Scotchman, which he was.
He might make him turn monk, or Socinian, or latter-day-saint, for what she knew!
1640s (n.); 1690s (adj.), in reference to followers or doctrines of Faustus Socinus, Latinized name of Fausto Sozzini (1539-1604), Italian anti-trinitarian theologian who held Christ to be human, if divinely endowed, and the Holy Spirit to be divine energy, not a person. He broke with the Church and organized the Polish Brethren.