Principled or Pragmatic Foundations for the Freedom of Conscience?

@article{Noonan1987PrincipledOP,
  title={Principled or Pragmatic Foundations for the Freedom of Conscience?},
  author={John Thomas Noonan},
  journal={Journal of Law and Religion},
  year={1987},
  volume={5},
  pages={203 - 212}
}
  • J. Noonan
  • Published 1987
  • History
  • Journal of Law and Religion
Joan in her last moments had wonderful contrition and broke out into words so Catholic and devout that they moved everyone in that great throng, including the English cardinal and many other Englishmen. She asked me to stay with her at the end and humbly begged me to go to a nearby church and bring her a cross, and I held it erect before her eyes, until her passing, so she could always and ceaselessly see the cross. In the middle of the flames, she never stopped confessing and crying out in… 
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Religion And Rights: A Medieval Perspective

  • B. Tierney
  • Philosophy
    Journal of Law and Religion
  • 1987
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