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Reasons why Roman-Catholicks should not be persecuted

Reasons why Roman-Catholicks should not be persecuted

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Published by s.n. in [London? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Catholic Church -- England,
  • Catholic Church -- Apologetic works,
  • Persecution

  • Edition Notes

    Statementheld forth by a moderate hand
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1044:13
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination8 p
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18040537M

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    But there are reasons why intellectual co-optation ought not to escape the notice of those who are interested either in the history of texts or in the history of power. Thus far I have spoken as if I am merely foregrounding a neglected feature of Marcuse's own account of co-optation. Every natural Right not expressly given up or from the nature of a Social Compact necessarily ceded remains. All positive and civil laws, should conform as far as possible, to the Law of natural reason and equity. - As neither reason requires, nor religeon permits the contrary, every Man living in or out of a state of civil society, has a.

    PIONEERS OF THE OLD SOUTH. CHAPTER I. THE THREE SHIPS SAIL Elizabeth of England died in There came to the English throne James Stuart, King of Scotland, King now of England and Scotland. In a treaty of peace ended the long war with Spain. Gone was the sixteenth century; here, though in childhood, was the seventeenth century. EVIDENCES OF. the Book of Mormon. "O fools, and slow of heart to believe all that the prophets have spoken." JESUS. It will readily be discovered, by every correct theologian, who has made himself in any good degree acquainted with the mission and proceedings of his divine Master while travelling on earth to proclaim that gospel for which he was made a hiss and a by-word among the bigoted.


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He was a lifelong Protestant, but had to cope with issues surrounding the many religious views of his era, including Anglicanism, Presbyterianism, Roman Catholicism and differing opinions of multiple English Separatists.

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'Tis for these Reasons I write, 'tis for the sake of these this Book is published, 'tis to undeceive the Friends to Truth and the Lovers of Peace, to remove the Prejudices of those that wou'd be inform'd, not of those that seek to be imposed up­on, and hunt about for Subject to Cavil and Debate: 'Tis to clear up the Reputation of the Church of.

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