from The Century Dictionary.
- Opposing the doctrine of the Trinity.
- noun One who denies the doctrine of the Trinity, or the existence of three persons in the Godhead.
- noun Also written Antitrinitarian, Anti-Trinitarian.
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- adjective rejecting the
Trinitariandoctrine that God subsistsas three distinct persons in the single substance of the Holy Trinity; nontrinitarian
- noun One who rejects the Trinitarian doctrine.
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We thus “index Trinitarian truths to appropriate sets of events” [i.e., those sets composing God's various life-streams] (2004, 326), thereby showing antitrinitarian arguments to be invalid.
At around this same time, other liberal Puritans were discovering via English Unitarian intermediaries and adopting as their own the antitrinitarian Christology and quasi-Pelagian soteriology of the radical Reformers.
Souverain was an antitrinitarian who maintained that the dogma of the Trinity was foreign to the teachings of the earliest Christians.
It may also be here remarked, as an undoubted evidence of the corruptness of the state, that, although there are civil laws presently in being, which declare the maintaining of antitrinitarian, atheistical principles, to be not only criminal, but capital; yet the civil powers in the nation have not so much regard to
De M. Socinus, or Fausto Paolo Sozzini (1539-1604), was an antitrinitarian who believed in prayer and homage to Christ.
He then tried Transylvania, attempting to convert to his views the antitrinitarian Bishop Dávid.
The antitrinitarian opposers of the text will deny that either the Spirit, or the water, or the blood, is
22 As well as being antitrinitarian, Newton also rejected the orthodox doctrines of the immortal soul, a personal devil and literal demons.
Alchemy, as we all know, was a deadly offense in the eyes of the Inquisition who, incidentally, no doubt would have also taken great umbrage at Newton’s antitrinitarian heresies.