They carried the principle of analogical deduction to dangerous lengths in order to satisfy the latitudinarianism of the Khalif.
"The Faith of Islam" by Edward Sell
But latitudinarianism loosens the elementary principles of theology.
"Short Studies on Great Subjects" by James Anthony Froude
Papist and sceptic, mystic and ceremonialist, latitudinarian and Presbyterian, all were hostile.
"History of the English People, Volume VI (of 8)" by John Richard Green
Let him but see the absurdities of the latitudinarian principle, when carried out, and he is likely to be still more opposed to it.
"Loss and Gain" by John Henry Newman
The Latitudinarian was at first coldly received at Lambeth: the brother-in-law of Cromwell was not acceptable at Whitehall.
"The Life and Times of John Wilkins" by Patrick A. Wright-Henderson
You are too latitudinarian.
"Daisy" by Elizabeth Wetherell
Trimmer advocated religious education against the latitudinarian views of Joseph Lancaster.
"Books and Authors" by Anonymous
With all these latitudinarian convictions, however, I was thoroughly an Establishment man.
"My Schools and Schoolmasters" by Hugh Miller
As regards all such matters, Binney is a latitudinarian.
"The London Pulpit" by J. Ewing Ritchie
According to the most latitudinarian notions, this was the extent of the remedy in the hands of Congress.
"Discussion on American Slavery" by George Thompson
Latitudinarian opinions revived, and the church was regarded merely as a human institution.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 9, Slice 4" by Various
They represented liberal thought at the time and were generally known as Latitudinarians.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 5, Slice 1" by Various
Amyraut, latitudinarian theologian, 91.
"The Anglo-French Entente in the Seventeenth Century" by Charles Bastide
Mr. Nixon was a latitudinarian.
"The Sailor" by J. C. Snaith
He was a Whig in politics, and a latitudinarian in religion, as so many bishops of that time were.
"Ecclesiastical Curiosities" by Various
This tolerant spirit, however, in some minds, manifests a strong tendency to latitudinarianism.
"Gleanings by the Way" by John A. Clark
But only in alternation, since the contracted area precluded simultaneousness as well as latitudinarianism.
"The Army Mule and Other War Sketches" by Henry A. Castle
The modern latitudinarian finds in it little either of sympathy or tolerance.
"Harper's New Monthly Magazine, No. VI, November 1850, Vol. I" by Various
I fear there's a leaven of latitudinarianism among you younger men.
"Inchbracken" by Robert Cleland
I have been always conscious that in his latitudinarianism there was a certain element of danger.
"Under One Flag" by Richard Marsh