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September 8

“St. Dominic and the Albigenses” (1495) Berruguete

“St. Dominic and the Albigenses” (1495) Berruguete

1647 – Twelve Arguments Against the Deity of the Holy Spirit by John Biddle was burned at Westminster Square in London, England. Biddle is considered the father of English Unitarianism.

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