Poor people always lose in struggles.
A sentence from his first edition of Ptolemy's Geography, published in 1535.
I have seen with my own eyes how the pope was carried on the shoulders of the princes, with all the pomp, being adored in the streets by the surrounding people.Michael Servetus
In the Bible, there is no mention of the Trinity. . . . We get to know God, not through our proud philosophical concepts, but through Christ.Michael Servetus
I do not agree or disagree in everything with either one party or the other. Because all seem to me to have some truth and some error, but everyone recognizes the other’s error and nobody discerns his own.Michael Servetus
Michael Servetus, alone, but trusting in Christ’s most sure protection.Michael Servetus
If I have taken the word, by any reason, it has been because I think it is grave to kill men, under the pretext that they are mistaken on the interpretation of some point, for we know that even the chosen ones are not exempt from sometimes being wrong.Michael Servetus