A Dictionary of All Religions and Religious Denominations/Biddelians

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BIDDELIANS, the followers of John Biddle, a Socinian, who in the year 1644 erected an independent congregation in London. He taught that Jesus Christ hath no other than a human nature; and yet, like Socinus, made no scruple of calling him God, on account of the divine sovereignty with which he was invested.[1] See Socinians.

Original footnotes[edit]

  1. Lindsey's View of the Unitarian Doctrine and Worship, p. 289.