Religious Tolerance Christianity Early Works To 1800 : The necessity of toleration in matters of religion, or, Certain questions propounded to the Synod, tending to prove that corporall punishments ought not to be inflicted upon such as hold errors in religion, and that in matters of religion, men ought not to be compelled, but have liberty and freedome. : Here is also the copy of the edict of the Emperours Constantinus and Licinius, and containing the reasons that inforced them to grant unto all men liberty to choose, and follow what religion they thought best. Also here is the faith of the Assembly of Divines, as it was taken out of the exactest copy of their practise, with the non-conformists answer why they cannot receive and submit to the said faith. / By Samuel Richardson.; Richardson, Samuel,
Religious Tolerance England York Early Works To 1800 : Vindiciæ veritatis or an unanimous attestation to Gods blessed truth revealed in his vvord: : together with a serious protestation against those church-desolating and soul-damning errors, heresies, and blasphemies, which of late have come in like a flood upon our county and kingdome : especially against a toleration of them. / Made in pursuance of the nationall Covenant, by the ministers of the Gospel within the West-Riding of the countie of York, as a caution to their flocks, and testimonie to the world of their zeal for, and love to, Christs truth and church. Readily and willingly subscribed, April 6. 1648.
Religious Tolerance France : Conseil à la France désolée / Sébastien Castellion ; édité par Florence Alazard, Stéphan Geonget, Laurent Gerbier, Paul-Alexis Mellet et Romain Menini.; Castellion, Sébastien,
Religious Tolerance History 16th Century : La plume et la tribune : Michel de L'Hospital et ses discours (1559-1562) ; suivi de l'edition du De initiatione Sermo (1559) et des Discours de Michel de L'Hospital (1560-1562).; Petris, Loris.
Religious Tolerance Hungary Early Works To 1800 : The Emperour's concessions to his Protestant subjects of Hungary, : as they were sent from Vienna in Latin, and are now translated out of the original copy, as follows.; Holy Roman Empire.
Religious Tolerance Massachusetts Sermons : Wine for Gospel wantons, or, Cautions against spirituall drunkenness : being the brief notes of a sermon preached at Cambridge in New-England, upon a day of publick fasting and prayer throughout the colony / by that reverend servant of the Lord, Mr. Thomas Shepard, deceased.; Shepard, Thomas,
Religious Tolerance Presbyterian Church : Short reflections upon a pamphlet entituled Toleration not to be abused : in a letter to a friend : wherein it is proved that it is the duty of Presbyterians to make use of the liberty granted them by His Majesties most gracious declaration of the 15. of March, 1671/2 : and that it is no sinful separation, nor contrary to Presbyterian principles (whatever is in that pamphlet suggested to the contrary) for those who are called Presbyterians to preach to, and meet in congregations distinct from the parochial assemblies, under present circumstances.