What religions were practiced in colonial New Hampshire?
The Dutch reformed church was originally of the highest popularity beliefs include:
1. Followed Calvinist views
2. Church was under central control in Holland
3. Followed the protestant standard
Prominent religion became the Anglican church after England took control over New Hampshire in 1679, beliefs include:
1. Followed the will of the English King
2. Preached loyalty to society
3. Also followed the protestant reformation
Protestant trinitarian Christians. Others need not apply. That was coupled with an un-official Laissez faire attitude about religion in the mold of Don't Ask, Don't Tell, which implicitly exempted discrimination on the grounds of Overtly Observed Rituals if the skills and abilities were essential for the colony. Catholics came, Unitarians came, Puritans came, Quakers came and possibly a hidden Jew, Muslim or Albanian Orthodox who had the skills and the tools needed to make glass, forge iron, weld tin, dye wool, tan leather or tell the difference between pyrite and gold.
There were a variety of religions that there people in New York practiced. Different people practicing different religions comprise the population of New York. Thus there was no particular religion to be practiced. Though, Protestants, make a large population in New York and also around it. The nine different kinds of religion practiced include Baptist that consisted of a population of around 7.3%, while the Protestants made it up to 40%. Muslims were also a…
European religions began with the Dutch Reformed and after the British takeover it was Dutch Reformed and Church of England which evolved to include any Trinitarian form of Christianity. With time and greater tolerance from governments most religions were found to be acceptable. Today all world religions are welcomed and most are openly practiced.