HIS Case Study 1

HIS Case Study 1 - Joshua Huver 23 January, 2008 HIS 1120...

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Joshua Huver 23 January, 2008 HIS 1120 T. Campbell Case Study 1 1. Lord Baltimore was willing to tolerate some dissent. The amount of toleration that he allowed was split off and varied per the type of offense, and how often said offender had committed acts against the laws he set up. The passage of The Maryland Toleration Act does not reflect a type of dissent that goes unpunished, aside from offenses that were carried out before the Act was compiled. It is unknown according to this passage exactly what is made of the offenders who acted prior to the Act. The Maryland Toleration Act deals wholly on the subject of religion and religious toleration among different denominations. Among the first decrees of the Act is the hallowedness and sanctity of God’s name, the name of Jesus and the Holy Spirit, and specifies the terribleness of taking any three of those names in vain with a maximum punishment of death. With Maryland being one of the first communities in the New Land to widely accept Catholics,
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This note was uploaded on 05/07/2008 for the course HIS 1120 taught by Professor Campbell during the Spring '08 term at Greensboro College.

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HIS Case Study 1 - Joshua Huver 23 January, 2008 HIS 1120...

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