Religious tolerance -- Indonesia -- Maluku. : Basudara stories of peace from Maluku : working together for reconciliation / editorial team: Jacky Manuputty, Zairin Salampessy, Ihsan Ali-Fauzi, Irsyad Rafsadi ; translated by Hilary Syaranamual.
Religious tolerance -- Indonesia -- Papua. : Islam & Kristen di tanah Papua : meniti jalan bersama : hubungan Islam-Kristen dalam sejarah penyebaran dan perjumpaannya di wilayah Semenanjung Onin Fakfak / penulis, J.F. Onim ; dengan pengantar dan sambutan dari Leo Laba Ladjar, Izaak Hindom, Einar Sitompul ; editor, Einar Sitompul.
Religious tolerance -- Maryland. : The day-star of American freedom, or, The birth and early growth of toleration in the province of Maryland : with a sketch of the colonization upon the Chesapeake and its tributaries, preceding the removal of the government from St. Mary's to Annapolis : and a glimpse of the numbers and general state of society, of the religion and legislation, of the life and manners of the men who worshipped in the wilderness at the first rude altar of liberty / by George Lynn-Lachlan Davis.
Religious tolerance -- Massachusetts -- Sermons. : Wine for Gospel wantons, or, Cautions against spirituall drunkenness : being the brief notes of a sermon preached at Cambridge in New-England, upon a day of publick fasting and prayer throughout the colony / by that reverend servant of the Lord, Mr. Thomas Shepard, deceased.
Religious tolerance -- Pakistan -- Drama. : Khamosh pani = Silent waters / a French-German-Pakistani co-production by Unlimited, Flying Moon, Vidhi Films with ZDF/Das kleine Fernsehspiel and ARTE ; produced by Sachithanandam Sathananthan, Philippe Avril, Helge Albers, Claudia Tronnier ; screenplay, Paromita Vohra ; story and film by Sabiha Sumar ; director, Sabiha Sumar.
Religious tolerance -- Presbyterian Church. : Short reflections upon a pamphlet entituled Toleration not to be abused : in a letter to a friend : wherein it is proved that it is the duty of Presbyterians to make use of the liberty granted them by His Majesties most gracious declaration of the 15. of March, 1671/2 : and that it is no sinful separation, nor contrary to Presbyterian principles (whatever is in that pamphlet suggested to the contrary) for those who are called Presbyterians to preach to, and meet in congregations distinct from the parochial assemblies, under present circumstances.
Religious tolerance -- Reformed Church -- Early works to 1800. : A treatise concerning the abuse of confessions of faith : or, an answer to Mr. Graverol's book, entitl'd, A defence of the reform'd religion, of its synods, and pastors, &c. Written in French by the Rev. Mr. Durette, and now translated into English, by Francis de la Pillonniere. To which is added. An Account of Mr. Durette's Conduct, Before and Since the Lord Bishop of London's Censure of his Book, in a Circular Letter to the French Churches; together with Observations upon his late Appeal to the Refugees, compar'd with the Rev. Mr. De la Motte's Book, entitl'd, The Usefulness and Necessity of Consessions of Faith; and a short Answer to the Rev. Mr. Lions's late Reply.