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August 10

Michael Servetus

1531 – Michael Servetus published On the Errors of the Trinity. He was arrested three days later in Switzerland and imprisoned for heresy. Read a biography of Earl Morse Wilbur, an historian who wrote prominently about Michael Servetus.

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