|Author:||Walsh, Peter, 1618?-1688.|
|Title:||The advocate of conscience liberty, or, An apology for toleration rightly stated shewing the obligatory injunctions and precepts for Christian peace and charity.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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The advocate of conscience liberty, or, An apology for toleration rightly stated shewing the obligatory injunctions and precepts for Christian peace and charity.
Walsh, Peter, 1618?-1688.
[London: s.n.], 1673.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Freedom of religion -- Great Britain.
Liberty of conscience.
The Question Stated.
CAP. I. Persecution on the score of Re∣ligion is utterly Condemned and unlawful.
CAP. II. Persecution is against Policy and Piety.
CAP. III. Liberty or Toleration Rightly understood, is equitable, just or necessary to several Re∣ligions.
CAP. IV. Toleration or Liberty impro∣perly taken and unlimited is neither reasonable nor justifiable.
CAP. V. Whether the Romanists have not a just and equal title to Toleration?
CAP. VI. Persecution of Recusants is against our own Principles and Concessions.
CAP. VII. That by our own Concessions true Salvation is acquired in the Roman Church, and therefore not to be persecu∣ted.
CAP. VIII. Roman Catholicks are not guilty of Practices or Principles destructive to Government.
CAP. IX. Principles and Doctrines of Roman Catholicks are con∣sistent with Peace and Go∣vernment, wherein a diffe∣rent Religion is established by Law.
CAP. X. Sheweth how widely we are deceived in our undue mea∣sures and censures.
CAP. XI. Answereth more particularly all other vulgar objecti∣ons and aspersions so con∣fidently (though errone∣ously) cast upon them.