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The Maryland Toleration Act, also known as the Act Concerning Religion, was religious tolerance for Trinitarian Christians. It was passed on April 21, 1649, by the assembly of the Maryland colony, in St. Mary's City. It was the second law requiring religious tolerance in the British North American colonies and created one of the pioneer statutes passed by the legislative body of an organized colonial government to guarantee any degree of religious liberty. Specifically, the bill, now usually referred to as the Toleration Act, granted freedom of conscience to all Christians. (The colony which became Rhode Island passed a series of laws, the first in 1636, which prohibited religious persecution including against non-Trinitarians; Rhode Island was also the first government to separate church

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  • Atto di Tolleranza del Maryland
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  • Das Maryland-Toleranz-Gesetz (engl. Maryland Toleration Act), das 1649 in der englischen Kolonie Province of Maryland in Kraft trat, war eines der ersten Gesetze, das ausdrücklich andere (christliche) Konfessionen als die Kirche von England tolerierte. Es gilt als Vorläufer des 1. Zusatzartikels zur Verfassung der Vereinigten Staaten.
  • The Maryland Toleration Act, also known as the Act Concerning Religion, was religious tolerance for Trinitarian Christians. It was passed on April 21, 1649, by the assembly of the Maryland colony, in St. Mary's City. It was the second law requiring religious tolerance in the British North American colonies and created one of the pioneer statutes passed by the legislative body of an organized colonial government to guarantee any degree of religious liberty. Specifically, the bill, now usually referred to as the Toleration Act, granted freedom of conscience to all Christians. (The colony which became Rhode Island passed a series of laws, the first in 1636, which prohibited religious persecution including against non-Trinitarians; Rhode Island was also the first government to separate church
  • L'Atto di Tolleranza del Maryland, anche conosciuto "Atto sulla Religione", era una legge che consentiva tolleranza verso i cristiani che riconoscevano come vero il dogma della Trinità. Approvata il 21 settembre 1649 dall'assemblea della provincia del Maryland, era la seconda legge che trattava il tema della tolleranza religiosa fra le colonie britanniche del Nord America e la prima nel mondo contro la discriminazione d'opinione. La prima legge concernente la materia religiosa fra le colonie nordamericane fu invece approvata nel Rhode Island, 1636, la quale proibiva persecuzioni a sfondo religioso, inclusi gli unitariani. Il Rhode Island fu anche la prima colonia a separare Stato e Chiesa. Gli storici ancora oggi dibattono se questo atto abbia o no influenzato la libertà di religione che v
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