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The milk of paradise was clear to Coleridge

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26 July 2012

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From Mr Frank Cranmer

Sir, - So Samuel Taylor Coleridge's theology was "a bit muddled", was it: "after all, he became a Unitarian for a time" (Back page interview, 20 July). With great respect to Mr Justice Coleridge, there is nothing muddled about Unitarian theology whatsoever: Unitarians simply believe in God - there could hardly be any belief less complicated.

FRANK CRANMER
145 Marsham Court
Marsham Street, London SW1P 4LB

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