"In equality and enjoying the same favour": Biconfessionalism in the Low Countries.
A Companion to multiconfessionalism in the early modern world.
(99 - 126).
Though not the dominant arrangement for the accommodation of religious dissenters in the Dutch Republic, biconfessionalism was often proposed during the Revolt against Spain, much feared in the 17th century as still a possibility, and in some marginal areas (e.g. Maastricht and Overmaas) long practiced.
|Title:||"In equality and enjoying the same favour": Biconfessionalism in the Low Countries|
|Keywords:||Netherlands, history, toleration, biconfessionalism|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of Arts and Social Sciences > Faculty of Social and Historical Sciences > History|
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