Comes from Lelio Francesco Maria Sozzini and his more well known nephew, Fausto Sozzini, who developed a Unitarian theology in the early radical ReformationA revolutionary religious movement during the 16th century Europe that initially sought to reform the Roman Catholic Church but led to the emergence o... which later influenced Deist and EnlightenmentA broad term for 18th century European intellectual developments, including deism and other movements critical of orthodox Christianity, that are char... thinkers in the 18th century. The following are some of its most important beliefs: No trinity, no pre-existence of ChristDerived from a Greek term meaning anointed and is equivalent to the word “messiah” from Hebrew roots. The anointing references the act of installi..., no original sinThe doctrine developed by Augustine in the late 4th century that all human beings inherit the guilt of Adam’s sin and deserve damnation from birth. ..., no propitiatory atonementA term referring to how Christ’s suffering and death on the cross expiates sin and reconciles humans with God. There are various theories regarding ..., strong emphasis on free will.