I see someon has AP US History like me SAME exact question so in New England innocent witches were dying because of a governtment with a great influence by the church
--In New England, except in RI, the Puritan/Congregationalist faith was the established church. Ministers received financial support from taxes. There wasn't much religious tolerance, and religion was a huge part of everyday life. The Halfway Covenant would be a good thing to put into your answer. Eventually, New England started to shift away from strict Puritanism. They started to preach about good works, which was associated with the Anglican church.
The development of colonial society was influenced by and characterized by religious conflict. Religious competition, dissension and persecution motivated the very founding of the colonies. In the case of Maryland and New Netherlands, religious conflict prevented greater unity.
The religion of Colonial Pennsylvania was Christian.
the colonial Delaware's religion was that you could practice any kind of religion you want!
The religion of colonial New Jersey is the Anglican church which was the English religion at the time.
The Puritans settled New England and the Qualers Pennsylvania as a place of refuge.
AnswerThey had freedom of religion.
Religion in Colonial America discusses the beginnings of religion in America, ... Overall, religion was an important aspect in the colonization of America.
The main religion in colonial New Hampshire was Puritan.
RELIGION WAS VERY IMPORTANT in colonial New York!!!!!!!
Religion was very good during Colonial times. As it is today.
it was a beautiful place and it still is. it had lots of farm land and forests. it is on the Atlantic ocean. you can practice any religion you want.
their religion was puritans in colonial Connecticut
there was no main religion
it was mostly puritans in colonial Connecticut
it was aylene
The main religion of colonial Massachusetts in the 1700s were Puritan Separatists. They came to the colony in pursuit of religious freedom.