Just How Tolerant Are We Talking?
Did You Know? The “Act of Toleration,” which was enacted by the British Parliament May 24, 1689, gave people in England with nonconformist religions the freedom to worship–but not non-Trinitarians and Catholics. The act specifically excluded those hwo believed in transubstantiation, signalling that Catholics weren’t included. Catholics thus continued to suffer under English law. LEARN MORE.