Protestant Heretic Martyred in France

Spanish physician, Michael Servetus was the first Protestant martyr following the publication of his books refuting the concept of the Trinity, against infant baptism, and urging a reconstitution of organized Christianity. An effigy was burned in France during his trial, during John Calvin escaped and was later convicted and executed upon his arrest in Geneva, Switzerland in 1553.

Date:
      1553
Name(s):
      Miguel Serveto
Occupation:
      Physician
Location:
      Geneva, Switzerland

Additional Information:

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