Three important questions fairly debated: viz I. whether any man may chuse his own religion, or depend on others to chuse it for him? II. Whether a mere Certainty of some Church-Mens being of the True Religion, can give them a Right to impose that Religion upon others, on Pain of eternal Damnation? III. Whether all Supreme Powers, who are firmly persuaded that they are of the Orthodox Religion, have Authority from God to oblige their Subjects openly to profess the same, by the Sanctions of Rewards and Punishments? In two dialogues. By a layman; a sincere lover of truth.

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London : printed for J. Batley, and J. Wood, at the Dove in Pater-Noster-Row, MDCCXXXVI. [1736]

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