|Author:||Perrinchief, Richard, 1623?-1673.|
|Title:||Samaritanism, or, A treatise of comprehending, compounding and tolerating several religions in one church demonstrating the equity, and necessity of the act and late vote of Parliament against non-conformists, from reason, the ancient church, and the opinions and practice of papists and Puritans now plotting and pleading for toleration.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Samaritanism, or, A treatise of comprehending, compounding and tolerating several religions in one church demonstrating the equity, and necessity of the act and late vote of Parliament against non-conformists, from reason, the ancient church, and the opinions and practice of papists and Puritans now plotting and pleading for toleration.
Perrinchief, Richard, 1623?-1673.
London: Printed for Robert Clavel and are to be sold by Henry Brome ..., [1664?]
Attributed by Wing and NUC pre-1956 imprints to Perrinchief.
T.p. is cropped, with imprint date lacking. Publication date suggested by Wing.
Reproduction of original in the Huntington Library.
Dissenters, Religious -- England.
Freedom of religion -- England.
Of Liberty of RELIGION.
CHAP I. A Preparative Enquiry into the Nature of Human Ecclesiastical Societies, in general.
CHAP. II. A Second General Preparation to the determining the Question, by removing vulgar mistakes concerning Tyranny, Antichristianism, Christian Liberty, Ex∣treams, and Moderation.
CHAP. III. A General determination of the Question according to Reason.
CHAP. IV. That the Ancients, as well Christian as un-Christian, constantly denied Toleration of Religions dissonant and contrary.
CHAP. V. A Continuation of the former Subject, and particularly, of putting Hereticks and Schismaticks to Death.
CHAP. VI. Papists directly and absolutely against Toleration of many Religions, or any besides their own.
CHAP. VII. The Opinions and Practice of Puritans, directly opposite to that kind of Liberty of Conscience they argue for, and at present desire.
CHAP. VIII. Certain Exceptions, which may be made by Puritans against what hath been delivered, answered.