Luther did but a part of the work, Calvin another portion, Socinus finished it.
There arrived from Cracow a troop of Hungarian soldiers who announced themselves as followers of Socinus.
From that time I became a daily visitor in the retreat of the followers of Socinus.
Fortunately, however, there arose dissensions between the Hungarian and the Polish adherents of Socinus.
Martyr and Socinus both died at Zurich, and lie buried in its minster.
The following license of a foreign reign, Did all the dregs of bold Socinus drain, Then unbelieving priests reformed the nation.
Socinus was the first who, on the ground that Church and State ought to be separated, required universal toleration.
Luther took off the roof of Babylon, Calvin threw down the walls, Socinus dug up the foundations.
Socinus had directed his attacks against the great mystery in the existence of the living God—the Christian dogma of the Trinity.
This paradox is more worthy of those who have since adopted it, than of so acute a reasoner as Socinus.