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Liberty of Conscience

rights of conscience

Quote:
The constitutional declaration that "no human authority can control or interfere with the rights of conscience" refers to the right to worship the Supreme Being according to the dictates of the heart: to adopt any creed or hold any opinion on the subject of religion; and, for conscience sake, to do, or to forbear to do, any act not prejudicial to the public weal. Commonwealth v. Lesher,

Source: William C. Anderson, A Dictionary of Law (1893)

EXTERNAL LINKS

William Penn, The Great Case of Liberty of Conscience (1670) (cache)

Doing Freedom Baptist Style:LIBERTY OF CONSCIENCE (cache)

JOHN WESLEY'S CONCEPT OF LIBERTY OF CONSCIENCE (cache)

THE GREAT CONTROVERSY: Liberty of Conscience Threatened (cache)

Liberty Quotes Library (cache)

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