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Socinian

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noun So·cin·i·an \sə-ˈsi-nē-ən, sō-\

Definition of Socinian

  1. :  an adherent of a 16th and 17th century theological movement professing belief in God and adherence to the Christian Scriptures but denying the divinity of Christ and consequently denying the Trinity

Socinian adjective
So·cin·i·an·ism play \-nē-ə-ˌni-zəm\ noun


Origin of socinian

New Latin socinianus, from Faustus Socinus


First Known Use: 1621

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