Religious Pluralism in The West: An Anthology / Edition 1

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Overview

Religious Pluralism in the West: An Anthology presents a complete historical overview of the themes relating to religious intolerance, toleration and liberty.

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"Professor Mullan does a great service in assembling key documents that trace pluralism's historical origins and the philosophical, theological and political challenges it represents." William McKinney, Pacific School of Religion, Berkeley

"This is an anthology of writings relating to religious intolerance, toleration, and liberty."Elizabeth Arweck, King's College London

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780631206705
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 2/12/1998
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 364
  • Product dimensions: 6.06 (w) x 9.02 (h) x 1.08 (d)

Meet the Author

David Mullan is Associate Professor at the University College of Cape Breton. He has taught courses on religious pluralism for a number of years, and has written extensively on the topic.

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Table of Contents

The Laws of Plato, trans. A. E. Taylor.

Tertullian, The Writings, 3 vols., eds. A. Roberts and J. Donaldson (Edinburgh, 1869-1870).

Lactantius, Works, 2 vols., eds. A. Roberts and J. Donaldson (Edinburgh, 1871).

Julius Firmicus Maternus, The Error of the Pagan Religions, ed. Clarence A. Forbes. Ernest Baker, ed.

From Alexander to Constantine: Passages and Documents illustrating the History of Social and Political Ideas 336 B. C. -A. D. 337.

The Homilies of S. John Chrysostom, Archbishop of Constantinople, on the Gospel of Matthew, trans.

G. Prevost; 3 vols.

Augustine, Letters, vol. I, in Works, 15 vols., ed.

Marcus Dods. Walter Wakefield and Austin Evans, Heresies of the Middle Ages.

The Summa Theologica of St. Thomas Aquinas, 22 vols.

Marsilius of Padua, Defensor Pacis, trans. Alan Gewirth.

Thomas More, Utopia, trans. G. C. Richards. Temporal Authority.

Volume 45 edited by W. I. Brandt. Henry C. Vedder, Balthasar Hubmaier: The Leader of the Anabaptists.

George H. Williams and Angel M. Mergal, eds., Spiritual and Anabaptist Writers.

Sebastian Castellio, Advice to a Desolate France.

In the course of which the reason for the present war is outlined, as well as the possible remedy and, in the main, advice is given as to whether consciences should be forced, trans. W. Valkhoff. Jacobus Acontius, Satan's Strategies. Books V-VIII, intro. by Charles D. O'Malley. Juan de Mariana, The King and the Education of the King, trans.

George Albert Moore. James Arminius, Works, 3 vols. ; trans.

James and William Nichols. Thomas Helwys, A short declaration of the mystery of iniquity.

[Roger Williams], The bloody tenant, of persecution, for cause of conscience, discussed, in a conference between Truth and Peace.

Samuel Rutherford, A free disputation against pretended liberty of conscience.

John Milton, A treatise of civil power in ecclesiastical causes, in The Prose Works of John Milton.

Henry More, An explanation of the grand mystery of godliness.

Pierre Bayle, Pierre Bayle's "Philosophical Commentary": A modern translation and critical interpretation, ed. Annie Godman Tannenbaum.

Pierre Bayle, A Philosophical Commentary, 2 vols. John Locke, A Letter Concerning Toleration.

Jean Jacques Rousseau, The Social Contract and Discourses, trans. G. D. H. Cole. Voltaire, Philosophical Dictionaries, trans.

Theodore Besterman. Claude Adrien Helvetius, A Treatise on Man, his intellectual faculties and his education, 2 vols., trans. W. Hooper. Joseph Priestley, An Essay on the First Principles of Government, in Theological and Miscellaneous Works, 25 vols.

Thomas Jefferson, Notes on the State of Virginia in the 'The Writings of Thomas Jefferson,' 19 vols. ; ed. Andrew A. Lipscombe. John Brownlow, Liberty of Conscience; or a dialogue between a catholic priest and his separated brethren, to explain the nature and make know the worth of Religious Liberty.

Felicite Lamennais, Words of a Believer and The Past and Future of the People, trans. L. E. Martineau. John Stuart Mill, On Liberty.

[Anonymous], The Ultimate Principle of Religious Liberty.

Mandell Creighton, Persecution and Tolerance.

Arthur Vermeersch, Tolerance, trans. W. Humphrey Page.

Francesco Ruffini, Religious Liberty, trans. J. Parker Heyes.

Reinhold Niebuhr, The Nature and Destiny of Man, 2 vols. A. F. Carrillo de Albornoz, The Basis of Religious Liberty.

Gustav Mensching, Tolerance and Truth in Religion, trans.

H-J Klimkeit. Philip Wogaman, Protestant Faith and Religious Liberty.

Herbert G. Wood, Religious Liberty To-day.

World Council of Churches. Declaration on Religious Liberty.

Amsterdam, 1948, in A. F. Carrillo de Albornoz, The Basis of Religious Liberty.

Universal Declaration of Human Rights. 1948, M. Searle Bates, Religious Liberty: An Inquiry. De dignitate humanae vitae, in Walter M. Abbott, ed. The Documents of Vatican II.

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