1. Holding or expressing broad or tolerant views, especially in religious matters.
1. Not restrained; not confined by precise limits.
2. Indifferent to a strict application of any standard of belief or opinion; hence, deviating more or less widely from such standard; lax in doctrine; as, latitudinarian divines; latitudinarian theology.
Latitudinarian sentiments upon religious subjects. --Allibone.
3. Lax in moral or religious principles.
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.
Anthony impressed everyone in his theatre project group with his latitudinarian ways of thinking--he presented ideas for lighting and set design that no one in the group had even previously imagined.