Chapter III:17: Error

4. But every Error is not excluded from the true Religion, although it moves away from the doctrine and practice of true Religion: and so, if with JEROME on Galatians 5:20, page 195, you call him Heretic, who understands the Scripture differently than the sense of the Holy Spirit demands, by whom it was written, although he withdraw not from the Church:” there will be hardly anyone, who shall not find himself contaminated in one or the other thing with Heresy, since we learn all things partially, according to the measure of light granted to us, with the native darkness of intellect not yet fully chased away.

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Chapter III:21: Tolerance

But Tolerance differs much from Syncretism. We admit the former concerning Heretics as well as Infidels in the external society of the world, imitating the example of God Himself, who bears with the s

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