Learned and Exceeding Well Compiled Vindication of Liberty of Religion
By: Brutus, Junius
1646. Wherein these three following propositions are undeniably proved, and all objections to the contrary fully answered. That if magistrates, in cases of necessity, promise heretics liberty of religion, they are bound to perform their promise after that necessity. That magistrates may with a safe conscience grant heretics liberty of religion, and oblige themselves by an oath, or bond of assurance, to provide for their safety and security. That magistrates ought to grant heretics liberty of religion and to oblige themselves by an oath, or bond of assurance, to provide for their safety and security. Due to the age and scarcity of the original we reproduced, some pages may be spotty, faded or difficult to read. Written in Old English.