Sandemanianism
Sandemanianism \San`de*ma"ni*an*ism\, n. The faith or system of the Sandemanians. --A. Fuller. [1913 Webster]

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  • Glasite — The Glasites were a Christian sect founded in about 1730 in Scotland by John Glas. It was spread by his son in law Robert Sandeman into England and America, where they were called Sandemanians, but is now practically extinct.Glas dissented from… …   Wikipedia

  • Andrew Fuller — (1754 1815) was an eminent Baptist minister, born in Cambridgeshire, and settled at Kettering.Fuller was a zealous controversialist in defence of the gospel against hyper Calvinism on the one hand and Socinianism and Sandemanianism on the other,… …   Wikipedia

  • Robert Sandeman — can refer to one of the following persons:*Robert Sandeman (theologian) (1718 1771), whose teachings became known as Sandemanianism *Robert Groves Sandeman (1835 1892), Indian officer and administrator …   Wikipedia

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