Where Michael Servetus was Condemned
May 16, 2017 | News
This is the City Hall of Geneva, where the Unitarian Michael Servetus was sentenced to death. He came to Geneva after escaping prison, where he was being held for heresy. Two Catholic countries were trying to have him executed. Calvin is often censured for burning him at the stake, but in actuality he thought it was a cruel form of execution, and the decision was not made by him.