Maryland Toleration Act 1649

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Maryland Toleration Act 1649 Religious is very important to many citizens today. Whether someone may be Christian, Catholic, Hindu, or Atheist. The religion that is chosen by the individual is important to them because it is a part of their culture. It is a huge part of who they are and what they represent. This was the same case in the 17th and the 18 century as well. The desire for religious liberty was the most important historical factor that led to the establishment of the English colonies in the 17th and 18th century because it was form of freedom, religious freedom. The Maryland Toleration Act of 1649, was a Christian based religion. They believe that, “God ought in the first place bee taken, into serious consideration and endeavoured

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