Confession and Community in Seventeenth-century France: Catholic and Protestant Coexistence in Aquitaine
University of Pennsylvania Press, 1993 - Religion - 312 pages
Examines the tolerance between Catholics and Protestants in a period when vicious sectarian strife was the rule of the day. Tolerance here means more than mere coexistence, but a daily interaction between people without regard for their faith.
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