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BV741 .F73 1654 Freedom of religious worship, or, The Iubilee of ordinances now all for free from their long bondage under the pænall laws, statutes, and ordinances of men : wherein is held forth, that worldly governments (parilamentary [sic] or military) have nothing to doe in the churches of Christ, neither ought to impose upon any, in any matters of faith or worship : and that the churches have nothing to doe with the governments of the world, but onely to submit to them, Rom. 13. [1?]. though in the hands of wicked men, and unbeleevers.
Freedom of religious worship, or, The Iubilee of ordinances now all for free from their long bondage under the pænall laws, statutes, and ordinances of men : wherein is held forth, that worldly governments (parilamentary [sic] or military) have nothing to doe in the churches of Christ, neither ought to impose upon any, in any matters of faith or worship : and that the churches have nothing to doe with the governments of the world, but onely to submit to them, Rom. 13. [1?]. though in the hands of wicked men, and unbeleevers.
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BV741 .F74 2019i Freedom of religion, secularism, and human rights 1
BV741 .F74 2020i Freedom of religion or belief creating the constitutional space for fundamental freedoms / 1
BV741 .F79 1997 Freedom and religion in the nineteenth century / 2
BV741 .F793 2010eb Freedom of religion / 1
BV741 .F84 1662 Some necessary & seasonable cases of conscience about things indifferent in matters of religion, briefly, yet faithfully stated and resolved wherein the just bounds of imposing on one hand, and of obeying on the other, are truly fixed / 2
BV741 .G35 2024 The coerced conscience / 1
BV741 .G36 1995 The meaning of religious freedom : modern politics and the democratic resolution / 3
BV741 .G43 2017i Women and religious freedom synergies and opportunities / 1
BV741 .G67 Spiritual order and Christian liberty proved to be consistent in the Churches of Christ and impositions upon the consciences of believers in religious practices found to be antichristian and destructive to both / 2
BV741 .G8 La libertad religiosa y el estado católico. 1
BV741 .H283 The liberty of the children of God / 1
BV741 .H287 2020 Post-liberal religious liberty : forming communities of charity /
Post-liberal religious liberty forming communities of charity /
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BV741 .H78 1970 A discussion: Is the Roman Catholic religion inimical to civil or religious liberty? : Is the Presbyterian religion inimical to civil or religious liberty? / 1
BV741 .H877 2005 Ḥurrīyat al-iʻtiqād al-dīnī : musājalāt al-īmān wa-al-ilḥād mundhu ʻaṣr al-nahḍah ilá al-yawm / 1
BV741 (INTERNET) Persecvtion inconsistant with Christianity, humane society, and the honor of princes from the testimonies of themselves, and approved authors, and martyrs, herein impartially collected : whereunto is added certain solid reasons why no outward force, nor imposition ought to be used in matters of faith, &c. /
A second letter concerning toleration
Libertas evangelica, or, A discourse of Christian liberty being a farther pursuance of the argument of the design of Christianity /
A third letter for toleration, to the author of the Third letter concerning toleration
A discourse concerning liberty of conscience in which are contain'd proposalls, about what liberty in this kind is now politically expedient to be given, and severall reasons to shew how much the peace and welfare of the nation is concern'd therein /
The inconveniencies of toleration, or, An answer to a late book intituled, A proposition made to the King and Parliament for the safety and happiness of the King and kingdom
The testimony of a cloud of witnesses who in their generation have testified against that horrible evil of forcing of conscience, and persecution about matters of religion ... /
A paraenetick, or, Humble addresse to the Parliament and assembly for (not loose, but) Christian libertie
The case of free liberty of conscience in the exercise of faith and religion presented unto the King and both Houses of Parliament ... /
Anarchie reviving, or, The good old cause on the anvile being a discovery of the present design to retrive the late confusions both of church and state, in several essays for liberty of conscience /
A sermon preached before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, and Court of Aldermen, at Guild-Hall Chappel, upon the 5th of November, 1673 in commemoration of Englands deliverance from the Gun-powder treason /
The indispensable necessity of the knowledge of the Holy Scripture in order to man's eternal salvation and ignorance therein, the mother of idolatry and superstition asserted in a sermon /
Considerations moving to a toleration and liberty of conscience with arguments inducing to a cessation of the penal statues against all dissenters whatever, upon the account of religion : occasioned by an excellent discourse upon that subject publish'd by His Grace the Duke of Buckingham : humbly offered to the Parliament at their next sitting at Westminster.
The great case of liberty of conscience once more briefly debated & defended ... which may serve the place of a general reply to such late discourses as have oppos'd a tolleration /
Three letters tending to demonstrate how the security of this nation against al future persecution for religion lys in the abolishment of the present penal laws and tests, and in the establishment of a new law for universal liberty of conscience
Some sober and weighty reasons against prosecuting Protestant dissenters for difference of opinion in matters of religion humbly offered to the consideration of all in authority.
Davvnings of light wherein the true interest of reformation is opened in generall, and in particular, in this kingdome for the establishment of weaker judgements, and many other things impartially hinted, to a further discovery of truth and light in many of our present controversies : with some maximes of reformation /
Their highness the Prince & Princess of Orange's opinion about a general liberty of conscience, &c being a collection of four select papers.
A peace-offering in an apology and humble plea for indulgence and liberty of conscience
A letter sent from Syrranam, to His Excellency, the Lord Willoughby of Parham, General of the Western Islands, and of the continent of Guianah, &c. then residing at the Barbados together, with the Lord Willoughby's answer thereunto : with a commendable description of that country /
Liberty of conscience asserted and several reasons rendred why no outward force nor imposition ought to be used in matters of faith and religion with several sayings collected from the speeches and writings of King James and King Charles the First /
A proposall humbly offered for the farming of liberty of conscience
The opinion is this, that resistance may be vsed, in case our religion and rights should be invaded
A letter, containing some reflections on His Majesties Declaration for liberty of conscience dated the fourth of April, 1687
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BV741 .J3 His Majesties gracious declaration to all his loving subjects for liberty of conscience 1
BV741 .J35 His Majesties gracious declaration to all his loving subjects for liberty of conscience 1
BV741 .J35 1687 His Majesties gracious declaration to all his loving subjects for liberty of conscience. 1
BV741 .J54 Meditación española sobre la libertad religiosa. 1