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Religious pluralism in the West : an anthology / edited by David George Mullan.

Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextPublication details: Malden, Mass. ; Oxford : Blackwell, 1998.ISBN:
  • 0631206698
  • 0631206701
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 291.172 21
LOC classification:
  • BL60
Contents:
Introduction: Philosophical and Historical Perspectives -- 1. The Ancient World. Laws (c. 350) / Plato. "Apology" and "Letter to Scapula" (197, 212) / Tertullian. The Divine Institutes (c. 306) / Lactantius. The Error of the Pagan Religions (c. 346) / Julius Firmicus Maternus. Oratio V to Jovian (364) / Themistius. Homily 46 on Matthew (c. 390) / John Chrysostom. Letter 93, Augustine to Vincentius, a schismatic bishop in Mauretania (408) / Augustine -- 2. Medieval Europe. "Manichaeans at Chalons-sur-Marne" (c. 1043-48) / Bishop Wazo. "Of Unbelief and Heresy" (c. 1271) / Thomas Aquinas. Defensor Pacis (1324) / Marsilius of Padua -- 3. The Renaissance and Reformations. "Of the Religions in Utopia" (1516) / Thomas More. Temporal Authority: To What Extent It Should Be Obeyed (1523) / Martin Luther. "Concerning Heretics and Those Who Burn Them" (1524) / Balthasar Hubmaier. "The Church of God" (c. 1560) / Dirk Philips. Advice to a Desolate France (1562) / Sebastian Castellio. Stratagematum Satanae (1565) / Jacobus Acontius. "Not Fitting to Have Many Religions in One Province" (1599) / Juan de Mariana -- 4. The Seventeenth Century. "On Reconciling Religious Dissensions among Christians" (1606) / Arminius. The Mistery of Iniquity (1612) / Thomas Helwys. The Bloudy Tenet (1644) / Roger Williams. "The State of the Question of Compulsion of Conscience, and Tolleration" (1649) / Samuel Rutherford. Civil Power in Ecclesiastical Causes (1659) / John Milton. "Of Liberty of Conscience" (1660) / Henry More. Philosophical Commentary (1686) / Pierre Bayle. A Letter Concerning Toleration (1685) / John Locke -- 5. The Eighteenth Century. "On Civil Religion" (1762) / Jean Jacques Rousseau. Philosophical Dictionary (1764) / Voltaire. An Essay on the First Principles of Government (1771) / Joseph Priestley. A Treatise on Man (1772) / Claude Adrien Helvetius. Jerusalem (1783) / Moses Mendelssohn. Notes on the State of Virginia (1781-2) / Thomas Jefferson -- 6. The Nineteenth Century. Liberty of Conscience (c. 1826) / John Brownlow. Words of a Believer [Paroles d'un Croyant] (1834) / Felicite de Lamennais. On Liberty (1859) / John Stuart Mill. The Ultimate Principle of Religious Liberty (1860) / Anonymous. Persecution and Tolerance (1895) / Mandell Creighton -- 7. The Twentieth Century. Tolerance (1912) / Arthur Vermeersch. Religious Liberty (1912) / Francesco Ruffini. "The Test of Tolerance" (1943) / Reinhold Niebuhr. "The Unity of Religions" (1955) / Gustav Mensching. "Are There Theological Grounds for Religious Liberty?" (1963) / Carrillo de Albornoz. "An Unconscious Commitment in Search of Basis" (1967) / Philip Wogaman. "Equal Liberty" (1971) / John Rawls -- 8. Post-World War II Declarations. Human Rights and Religious Freedom (1947) / Churches of Great Britain. Declaration on Religious Liberty (Amsterdam, 1948) / World Council of Churches. Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948). Dignitatis Humanae Personae (1965) / Vatican II. International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (1976). Declaration on the Elimination of all Forms of Intolerance and of Discrimination based on Religion or Belief (1981).
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Introduction: Philosophical and Historical Perspectives -- 1. The Ancient World. Laws (c. 350) / Plato. "Apology" and "Letter to Scapula" (197, 212) / Tertullian. The Divine Institutes (c. 306) / Lactantius. The Error of the Pagan Religions (c. 346) / Julius Firmicus Maternus. Oratio V to Jovian (364) / Themistius. Homily 46 on Matthew (c. 390) / John Chrysostom. Letter 93, Augustine to Vincentius, a schismatic bishop in Mauretania (408) / Augustine -- 2. Medieval Europe. "Manichaeans at Chalons-sur-Marne" (c. 1043-48) / Bishop Wazo. "Of Unbelief and Heresy" (c. 1271) / Thomas Aquinas. Defensor Pacis (1324) / Marsilius of Padua -- 3. The Renaissance and Reformations. "Of the Religions in Utopia" (1516) / Thomas More. Temporal Authority: To What Extent It Should Be Obeyed (1523) / Martin Luther. "Concerning Heretics and Those Who Burn Them" (1524) / Balthasar Hubmaier. "The Church of God" (c. 1560) / Dirk Philips. Advice to a Desolate France (1562) / Sebastian Castellio. Stratagematum Satanae (1565) / Jacobus Acontius. "Not Fitting to Have Many Religions in One Province" (1599) / Juan de Mariana -- 4. The Seventeenth Century. "On Reconciling Religious Dissensions among Christians" (1606) / Arminius. The Mistery of Iniquity (1612) / Thomas Helwys. The Bloudy Tenet (1644) / Roger Williams. "The State of the Question of Compulsion of Conscience, and Tolleration" (1649) / Samuel Rutherford. Civil Power in Ecclesiastical Causes (1659) / John Milton. "Of Liberty of Conscience" (1660) / Henry More. Philosophical Commentary (1686) / Pierre Bayle. A Letter Concerning Toleration (1685) / John Locke -- 5. The Eighteenth Century. "On Civil Religion" (1762) / Jean Jacques Rousseau. Philosophical Dictionary (1764) / Voltaire. An Essay on the First Principles of Government (1771) / Joseph Priestley. A Treatise on Man (1772) / Claude Adrien Helvetius. Jerusalem (1783) / Moses Mendelssohn. Notes on the State of Virginia (1781-2) / Thomas Jefferson -- 6. The Nineteenth Century. Liberty of Conscience (c. 1826) / John Brownlow. Words of a Believer [Paroles d'un Croyant] (1834) / Felicite de Lamennais. On Liberty (1859) / John Stuart Mill. The Ultimate Principle of Religious Liberty (1860) / Anonymous. Persecution and Tolerance (1895) / Mandell Creighton -- 7. The Twentieth Century. Tolerance (1912) / Arthur Vermeersch. Religious Liberty (1912) / Francesco Ruffini. "The Test of Tolerance" (1943) / Reinhold Niebuhr. "The Unity of Religions" (1955) / Gustav Mensching. "Are There Theological Grounds for Religious Liberty?" (1963) / Carrillo de Albornoz. "An Unconscious Commitment in Search of Basis" (1967) / Philip Wogaman. "Equal Liberty" (1971) / John Rawls -- 8. Post-World War II Declarations. Human Rights and Religious Freedom (1947) / Churches of Great Britain. Declaration on Religious Liberty (Amsterdam, 1948) / World Council of Churches. Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948). Dignitatis Humanae Personae (1965) / Vatican II. International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (1976). Declaration on the Elimination of all Forms of Intolerance and of Discrimination based on Religion or Belief (1981).