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May 2

English Parliment

1648- The English Parliament passed the Blasphemy Act: “For the preventing of the growth and spreading of Heresie and Blasphemy . . . That all such persons as shall . . . publish that there is no God . . . shall suffer the paines of death, without benefit of Clergie.”

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