BookMark said:
Pete, I quoted Calvin from HIS OWN pen - as is always best.

If you noticed ,the above letter in which Calvin had already comdemned Servetus in his own mind was written in 1546. Servetus was not arrested and tried until 1553- 7 years later.

Just presenting some facts concerning the question possed in this thread

Frankly, I don't know what your point is either? Michael Servetus was a known heretic long before his public trial. In fact, he was a "wanted" man for over 10 years who changed his name, moved to various places and even denied his real identity when confronted.

Anyway.... either make a salient point or stay out of the discussion. One of the Guideline rules is that "frivolous posts" will be removed.

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