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Author: True Berean.
Title: An antidote against bigotry in religion, or, A discourse proving from the testimony of kings, nobles, judges, bishops, deans, doctors, &c.: that wise and good men may differ one from another both in doctrine and discipline, and maintain Christian charity amongst themselves / by a True Berean.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: An antidote against bigotry in religion, or, A discourse proving from the testimony of kings, nobles, judges, bishops, deans, doctors, &c.: that wise and good men may differ one from another both in doctrine and discipline, and maintain Christian charity amongst themselves / by a True Berean.
True Berean.

London: [s.n.], Printed in the year 1694.
Subject terms:
Religious tolerance -- Christianity.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A75466.0001.001

Contents
title page
AN ANTIDOTE AGAINST BIGOTRY IN RELIGION.
Conformists Acknowledge that there are Good and Worthy Men among the Dissenters from the Church of England.
Salvation for such as are Faithful in the Common Duties of Christianity.
The Conformists Declare that the several Sects of Protestants are agreed in the Main.
That the Creed contains all Truths necessary to Salvation.
Conformists not forward in Censuring any as guilty of Heretical and Damnable Errors.
That none are to be shut out of the Church, and denied Communion for Lesser Sins and Errors.
That our Love must be Catholick.
That an Agreement of all Christians in any one Sect or Perswasion is never to be Expected.
That Mutual Favour and Forbearance of one another in Love is necessary among Christians in their Diversities of Judg∣ments.
That Force and Capital Punishments are not to be Inflicted on Christians for their dif∣ference in Opinions from us.
Peaceable Sentiments about Confessions and Articles of Faith.
Hearty desires and Prayers for Love and Peace.
A Table of the several Heads.