1 edition of Puritans in the South seas found in the catalog.
Puritans in the South seas
Louis B. Wright
|Statement||by Louis B. Wright and Mary Isabel Fry. --|
|Contributions||Fry, Mary Isabel|
|LC Classifications||BV3640 W7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||347 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||347|
He focuses on three generations of intellectual ministers, Richard, Increase, and Cotton Mather - in order to challenge the traditional telling of the secularization of Puritanism, a story of faith transformed by reason, science, and business. Therefore, one cannot assume that baptism produces regeneration. She did not prosecute them severely, but she did not rescind the laws making their activities illegal. Flip through the magazines, scan the paperback titles, walk through a bookstore.
It was for this reason that there was not much opposition to giving private property in land to settlers in Massachusetts. The very fact that Puritan babies were born--and born naked--surely is to he taken as an indication that they were conceived in the same way i. They valued frugality and simplicity, values that fit well with the industrious work ethic needed to succeed in the new land. So the word is: Off the Impuritans! To them only the most substantial, respectable, and reliable Christians were considered worthy to build up a community essentially religious in design. From the Publisher: "Sinful Self, Saintly Self is a comprehensive study of early New England verse in light of Puritan notions regarding the nature and uses of poetry.
In reconstructing the Puritan experience of poetry, Hammond argues that this widespread view reflects a persistent tendency to approach these poems from a modern perspective. Through this covenant, people could obtain salvation. Puritans weren't the first settlers on North American land and they were hardly the sole contributors to the society and culture that became America's years after settlement. He focuses on three generations of intellectual ministers, Richard, Increase, and Cotton Mather - in order to challenge the traditional telling of the secularization of Puritanism, a story of faith transformed by reason, science, and business. In Massachusetts starting inonly settlers that were approved members of the Puritan church could vote and hold office. How did they respond to those who did not share their celebrated tolerance toward Quakers, Indians, and outside influences in general?
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If we must, we can rape, lewd, and burn although it may he better to marry, as the Apostle Paul suggests ; but Puritanism will come into its own.
Byclaims of witchery had filled Puritan jails. Historians say it is because of the class divide between strict, poor, Puritan rural farmers and wealthy Puritan landowners and merchants who lived in town.
Now I happen to know that my first friend's silence is occasioned by the Puritans in the South seas book that his association with tigers is everything it should be; he is on good terms with every tiger he knows; he feels secure and content in all his tiger relationships.
They were Anglicans. Those recruits were not Puritans or Separatists. However, Puritans were largest body of property owners so they remained in control of elected offices. By this measure, the modern disciples of Impuritanism certainly are in no position to belittle the sex life of the despised blue-noses.
In fact, it was the Providence Island Company that attracted both substantial sums of investment and many godly, devout and ambitious Puritans, much more than the Massachusetts Bay colony was able to.
When they experienced starvation and Native American attacks, they reasoned it was God's will and possibly also His punishment for their materialism and other sins.
Historian Perry Miller wrote that the Puritans "liberated men from the treadmill of indulgences and penancesbut cast them on the iron couch of introspection". The New England Congregationalists were also adamant that they were not separating from the Church of England. They wanted to re-create their life in England.
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In addition to the concepts mentioned in the title, this work discusses the influence of Bible-based laws in New England; Puritan ideas of death, Puritans in the South seas book and hell; Reverend Roger Williams, Anne Hutchinson and the pursuit of toleration; the collapse of the Puritan Period; Puritans becoming outnumbered; economic changes; migration; the Geneva Bible; children, adolescents and families in the Puritan society; psychological, social and other problems of growing up Puritan; and much more.
It was also partly because, for reasons we next explain, the Puritans in the South seas book needed the military fist to control the settlers. Although a few broad characteristics can be traced for both groups, students of history must remain conscious of the complexity and diversity that lie beneath such labels.
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Nonetheless, even if it means that we do not sell a single copy, I am willing to stand with Mather as the last of the Puritans and write his book for him--if I get to say what Puritanism means.