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Did puritans approve of dancing?

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No, they did not.

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Puritans, had their own religon with GOD, and only did what GOD would approve of.


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The theater grew out of the tradition of enacting religious dramas. By the time of the Puritans, it was heavily secular, most of the material had nothing to do with religion. Theaters were seen in the same light as public houses, worldly music and dancing. They were magnets for vice, drunkenness, gambling, and prostitution. And they were fun. All this made them distractions from the pursuit of a higher, moral society pursued by the Puritans


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They banned drunkenness, make-up, theatre going, going to church on Christmas day, Christmas dinner, dancing, singing, parties, music and other such things


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Before Plymouth was founded in 1620. Rhode Island is much later. They were the last to approve the constitution in 1790.


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