Toleration and Religious Identity: The Edict of Nantes and Its Implications in France, Britain and Ireland

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Ruth Whelan, Carol Baxter
Four Courts Press, 2003 - History - 304 pages
The Edict of Nantes, passed in 1598, established an uneasy truce between the Protestants and Roman Catholics in France, ushering in an era of religious pluralism and a period of expansion for French Protestants into all areas of the nation's life. This volume traces the evolution of French Protestantism from violence and sectarianism in the 16th century, to social conformity and ambivalence in the 17th and, in the 18th, to an increasing openness to other traditions. A final section of the book addresses the themes of toleration and religious identity.

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Contents

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
9
CHRONOLOGY
16
COMMEMORATION AND IDENTITY
24
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

Carol Baxter is a Fellow of the Society of Australian Genealogists and one of country's leading genealogical researchers. She has published widely in the area of Australian colonial history.

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