latitudinarian[lat′ə to̵̅o̅′də ner′ē ən, -tyo̵̅o̅′-]
liberal in one's views; permitting free thought, esp. in religious matters; very tolerant
Origin of latitudinarian; from Classical Latin latitudo (gen. latitudinis): see latitude and amp; -arian
a person who has very liberal views and, in religion, is tolerant of a wide variety of doctrines and forms of worship
Holding or expressing broad or tolerant views, especially in religious matters.
A member of a group of Anglican Christians active from the 17th through the 19th century who were opposed to dogmatic positions of the Church of England and allowed reason to inform theological interpretation and judgment.
Origin of latitudinarianLatin lātitūdō, lātitūdin-, latitude; see latitude + –arian.
(comparative more latitudinarian, superlative most latitudinarian)
Latin latitudo (“latitude") +"Ž -arian