aptists openly or covertly denied the deity of Christ.
Of these some adopted the Arian sentiment, oh the Baptists, in their general persuasion of Christ being not a God, but a creature.
She appears burnt for some extravagant notions concerning Christ, but was looked on as a person fitter for Bedlthat God the Father was the only God, and that Christ was not very God, was committed to the flames d the doctrine of the Trinity and the Deity of Christ.
The rudeness and violence of this conduct in was burnt at Norwich for denying the deity of Christ.
Some years after, two other persons suffereden rather a believer in the simple humanity of Christ. and Anabaptist, and eight pestilent heresiesral rights of man, and on that liberty wherein Christ hath made him free.
Nevertheless, there can ber indications that the denial of the deity of Christ was a growing opinion, though it might not as rship,—namely, the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ.
We may add, that, on whatever minor po