Anne Hutchinson was a devoted student of The Bible which she freely interpreted through the lens of what she referred to as "divine inspiration". She generally adhered to the principles of Puritan orthodoxy except that she had extremely enormously progressive ideas about the equality and rights of women, which was in direct contradiction to both Puritan and established cultural attitudes. She was direct and assertive in proclaiming these beliefs, which caused a clash with the Massachusetts Bay Colony's government, which were accountable to the Church of England (Anglican Church), and with the clergy.
So, it wasn't that she was "against" the Puritans, but rather she opposed the Puritan's idea that women were not equal to men.
Anne Hutchinsons was brought to trial in 1637.
Anne Hutchinsons father was Francis Hutchinson and her mother was Bridget Dryden.
Francis Marbury Is Anne Hutchinsons Father! Briget Dryden is Anne Hutchinson`s mother
she was a great runner and she also was good at talking
ANSWER:Anne Hutchinson was a member of the church of Boston. But, would later begin to follow the Calvinist theology.
she was the first women to stand up for religious freedom and made providents,RI.
By getting sent into a concentration camp and dying on the way their! It was a very painfull death, as their had lots and lots of people in the carrage
Anne Heutchinson spoke about her religous beliefs
Anne Hutchinson job was to separate from the church because she had different beliefs
she thought he was fit
And exactly WHAT does her religious beliefs have to do with you?
She believed of grace over works.
According to Catholic beliefs, St. Anne is the mother of the Virgin Mary and Jesus Christ's grandmother. St. Anne also was the wife of Joachim.
She wanted a place with religious beliefs.
Anne Hutchinson is famous for goin to trial and being a woman, speaking out of terms about the beliefs of the puritan orthodoxy.
Anne Frank had a lot of courage, beliefs, and she was always positive ex: "after the war." she would always say
everything is wrong don't listen to the ones above
Both were banished from Massachusetts because of their beliefs.