As pre-determined, any religious principles in the Reformation were to be tolerated. As written in (DOC ) this piece of writing Concerning Heretics presents the religious anarchy ad chaos to story religions. Also, (Doc) presents the contract between the Catholic Church and the municipal council in Saxon. It describes the struggles of the Lutheran in their ways of singing and being present in sermons. It goes into further detail to proclaim that the Catholic Church schedule must not be interfered with or pushed back whatsoever.
In (Doc), the contract between Franciscan Friar Guides De Glasses and the Committee of Regents of the city of Amsterdam authorized the opening of a new Catholic Church in 1691. In further detail, it describes how the entrance must for church sermons and such must be moved from the main street to an alleyway so it is less offensive. All objects, like a rosary, must not be apparent, otherwise offense is taken. This was meant to ensure Parliament would not take offense to the Catholic Church.
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In (DOC 1), Voltaire piece of writing, Letters Concerning the English Nation uses the representatives of nations to focus on religious aspects where the Presbyterian Church was presented as excessively strict and sour. Voltaire suggests different outcomes of a society regarding the number of religions tolerated. The only one to be considered extreme dyspepsia contains only one religion. On the other hand, the utopia contains multiple religions for peace and harmony. Those against religious toleration are as follows. Doc) regards Christian love from Synod of Middlebury, in a Calvinist Church Council in the Netherlands. It states that God doesn’t have to tolerate every individual in his disbelief without speaking against it. Then, in (Doc), Paul Hay du Chastely, a French Catholic aristocrat and political writer, presented that unity of belief binds men together; thus against the religious toleration and diversity. Also, in (Doc), King Louis XIV provides the forbidding his subjects of the Protestant Religion.