Origin of latitudinarian
Examples from the Web for latitudinarian
Historical Examples of latitudinarian
He was a latitudinarian, without a spark of feeling for historic Christianity.
Tillotson was so latitudinarian that his churchmanship was nebulous.
We live in decent times; frigid, latitudinarian, alarmed, decorous.Coningsby
The Dean took it with smiles; but then the Dean was a Latitudinarian.The Marriage of William Ashe
Mrs. Humphry Ward
Some few were Arian, some were Socinian, and some quite Latitudinarian.
Word Origin for latitudinarian
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.