The Trinity Delusion An examination of the doctrine of the Trinity

Conscientious Objectors

John Biddle (1615-1662)

Often called "the Father of Unitarianism," he was Headmaster of Crypt Grammar School, Gloucester, England. Biddle concluded from his studies of the Scriptures, that the Trinity was not supported by the Bible. He published his own views and was imprisoned on at least three occassions for his beliefs between 1645 and 1648. He is believed to be the translator of the Racovian Catechism into English. Biddle denied the pre-existence of Christ.

Sebastian Castellio

Neville Chamberlain

William Ellery Channing

Ralph Waldo Emerson

David Ferenc

Benjamin Franklin

Thomas Jefferson

John Knowles

John Locke

James Madison

James Marinteau

Jonathan Mayhew

John Milton

Adam Neuser

Eusebius of Nicomedia

Isaac Newton

Andrews Norton

Thomas Paine

Jacob Palaeologus

Adam Pastor

Joseph Priestly

Robert Roberts

Paul of Samosata

Francesco della Sega

Michael Servetus

Fausto Sozzini

Lelio Sozzini

Emaneul Swedenborg

Johan Sylvan

John Thomas

Joshua Toulmin

Joseph Henry Thayer


Isaac Watts

William Whiston

Benjamin Wilson

Daniel Zwicker

Last Update: February 8, 2011