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“Islington, used the word Latitudinarian instead; but that, as the”
“Then among the so-called Latitudinarian Divines of the Church of England -- Hales,”
“Latitudinarian" brotherhood; one thinks of Jeremy Taylor; one thinks of the candid Fuller; one thinks even of the Calvinistic Usher.”
“Then among the so-called Latitudinarian Divines of the Church of England ” Hales, Chillingworth, and their associates ” there is evidence of the growth, even while their friend Laud was in power, of an idea or sentiment of Toleration which might have made that Prelate pause and wonder.”
“Instead, he adopted the Latitudinarian view that human and divine attributes, especially the moral ones, have the same nature, although God's are infinite.”
“It might appear that Locke's writing The Reasonableness of Christianity in which he argues that the basic doctrines of Christianity are few and compatible with reason make him a Latitudinarian.”
“Still, there are some reasons to think that Locke was neither an orthodox Anglican or a Latitudinarian.”
“Church_, by its friends: Latitudinarian or Indifferent, by its enemies.”
“Behold you here then, good reader, a glorious Latitudinarian, that can, as to religion, turn and twist like an eel on the hook; or rather like the weathercock that stands on the steeple.”
“While we are coldly discussing a man's career, sneering at his mistakes, blaming his rashness, and labelling his opinions -- "Evangelical and narrow," or "Latitudinarian and Pantheistic," or "Anglican and supercilious" -- that man, in his solitude, is perhaps shedding hot tears because his sacrifice is a hard one, because strength and patience are failing him to speak the difficult word, and do the difficult deed.”
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