1. What did the Puritans believe in? 1. What did the Puritans believe in?
the puritans believe they were chosen by god
did the quakers and the puritans believe in educating there children
The puritans did not believe in that the religion was rightouse or fair, they were tied of being tolled to do what to believe.. causing them to separate from the church and becoming puritans "pure".
The Puritans were more common in the North Colonies, I believe.
The puritans first belief was predestination and that the bible was God's true law.
I believe its "Quakers"
The Christian God.
I believe the pilgrims and puritans lived in and around Boston and Salem Mass
The Puritans believed that humanity was damned because of Adam and Eve's sins.
The Puritans believe that God revealed himself to people through the Bible and through all aspects of the physical world.
i believe it was the Puritans
No. They were very opposed to it.
Yes, the puritans in the 17th century believed in the supernatural and the existence of witches.
They did not believe in extending religious rights to others. They wanted them only for themselves.
They both believe in the importance of the Bible.