Calvin and Servetus

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    William Cunningham is always a good read. This essay, first published in 1825, is important for one specific reason it gives, in outline, the best account of what the enemies of so-called “Calvinism” have always used to blacken the name of John Calvin. I mean, of course, the burning alive of Miguel Serveto for heresy. Many years ago I studied this complex matter, and I want to add some further details, which I believe throws an even clearer light on Cunningham’s excellent account.

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