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Maryland's Toleration Act of 1649 A.provided for religious toleration for all beliefs. B. allowed Protestants to participate fully in the colony's government. C.ended the religious disputes between Catholics and Protestants. D.granted freedom of workhip to all who accepted the divinity of Jesus Christ. E.stated that no person could be punished for his or her faith or lack thereof.
Maryland's Toleration Act of 1649 A.provided for religious toleration for all beliefs.
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