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Conscience and Conversion : Religious Liberty in Post-Revolutionary France (Hardcover) (Thomas Kselman)
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Religious liberty is usually examined within a larger discussion of church-state relations, but Thomas Kselman looks at several individuals in Restoration France whose high-profile conversions fascinated their contemporaries. Exploring their reasons and the repercussions they faced, Kselman demonstrates how this expanded sense of liberty informs our secular age.
Number of Pages: 386.0
Genre: History, Religion + Beliefs