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to all persons,

Sedition, wherever it is practised, Toleration, want of it produces dis-

should be punished alike, 51 turbances upon account of reli-
Sins, several of them are not pu- gion,

53
nishable by magistrates, 36

truth is a gainer by it,
Society, every advantage which

64, 65
may be attained by it, is not the

is no cause of sects and
end of it,

213, &c.
divisions,

414, &c.
Vid. Human.

the pretended ill effects
Soul, the care of it belongs not to of it refuted,

ibid.
magistrates, as such, 10

true religion in no dan-
the care of men's own, bet- ger to be lost by it, 466
ter left to themselves than to

is not the cause of ge-
others,

23, 28
neral corruption,

470, &c.

part of a fourth letter in
T.
defence of it,

549

new way of answering
Thorns and briars may be laid in the third letter for it, 550
the way by Providence, but

the answer only promises
should not by men,

162 instead of performing, 552
Toleration (in religion) often vin- Translation (of the Bible) a remark

dicated upon too narrow princi- concerning the authority of the
ples,
3 English one,

496, 497
chief mark of the true True religion of the highest concern
church,
5

317
is very agreeable to the

force no proper means to
Gospel, and to reason, 9 bring men to it, 317, &c.
is not inconsistent with

is dishonoured, by using
excommunication, 16, 17

force for promoting it,

319
should be mutually ex-

several persons may be of
ercised by different churches, it, though differing in some

17, 18
things,

327, 328
ought to be promoted by

all who suppose theniselves
church-officers,

20, 21

to be of it, have equal right to
it is the duty of magi- impose on others, 419, &c.
strates,

23

no nations can lay claim to
should not be extended it exclusive of others, 422
10 all immoral practices, 33, 34

magistrates must know it,
ought to be extended to before they can punish the re-
pagans and idolaters, 35, 52 jectors of it,

425-428
to whom it may not be

lenity the best way of pro-
extended,
45 moting it,

433, 434
all churches should pro-

whether it can subsist with-
fess it, as the foundation of their out actual miracles, or force,
liberty,
47

435
granting it prevents dan-

it was not lost for want of
gers from dissenting assemblies, force, in a few ages after the
48 flood,

471, &c.
will cause all who enjoy Truth (of religion) the best way to
it to be watchful for the public find it, is by a good life, 66
peace,

50,51 Tyranny, promoting it, was pro-
should extend to all bably the first cause of idolatry,
things lawful in common con-

476, &c.
versation,

51

Usefulness, we are liable to judge

wrongly concerning it, 81, &c.
U.

to argue from the law-

fulness of things is presump-
Unbelievers. Vid. Infidels.

tuous,

82
Uniformity, (the act of) the de-
clared intention of it, 388

W.
Unity, wherein that which Christ
prayed for consists, 237 Worship, the law of nature ascribes

who are most guilty of break- the power of appointing the
ing it,

238

parts of it to God only, 156,
Usefulness of things does not al-

157
ways render them lawful, 80

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