The Reverend wants John Proctor to take the information he has to court and expose Abigail for being a liar and a fraud. This idea is upsetting to John because he is worried Abigail will try to get revenge by telling everyone they had an affair. The Crucible was penned by Arthur Miller.
If you are talking about The Crucible by Arthur Miller then Reverand Hale wants John Proctor to take his knowledge of Abagail's lies to the court and expose her. John is hesitant to do so for fear that Abagail will tell everyone about their affair
The Reverend wants Danforth not to execute Rebecca Nurse and others but Danforth refuses to heed the Reverend's advice.Mrs. Doll is mean. *Hunger Games Whistle*
He left Salem because he thought that it was possible many of the people he sentenced to hang were indeed innocent, and didn't want to take part of a court of lies.
From my understanding, Pontius Pilate was a roman judge who condemned Jesus. Therefore, when Proctor labels Hale with this name, he is expressing that Hale is working unjustly, encouraging the prosecution of innocent people and failing to intervene in their unfair trials. I think that makes sense :o)
In 'The Crucible', Reverend Parris wants Danforth to do two things. He wanted him to either start pardoning prisoners or push back their hangings.
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Hale wants Elizabeth to encourage her husband to confess what he has done.
anyone who fought in the crusades or a revolutionary war if you want specific names Nathan Hale George Washington captain john Paul Jones
No, his main goal was to keep his authority of the church.
It may vary from one denomination to another. However, a common wording in written form for the public might be: The congregation of [church name] invites you to attend our worship service where the Reverend [full name] from [location] will be preaching his trial sermon. [You can include the Title of the sermon here, if you want.] The service will be at [time] on [date] at [address of church]. Fellowship will be held after the service. All are welcome. At the service, introduce the Reverend with some short biographical information, such as: Reverend [last name] recently graduated from [theological seminary or school]. She/he joins us today to talk on the subject [use the same title the Reverend is using for his sermon]. Please welcome Reverend [last name]. [Or, now I will turn over the microphone to Reverend (last name).] Don't forget to send a Thank-you card afterward.
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