hard work and education
hard work and education
Puritans defined guilt based on their set of values. Puritans defined guilt as doing or knowing something that was against God.
Samuel Adams was born in Boston Massachusetts. He was an American by birth and his parents were both Puritans who raised him with strong religious values.
The puritans were called puritans because of the root word "pure". They wanted to "purify" the church of England.
No. It was the Parliamentarians who were Puritans.
the puritans religion is catholic
Puritans came from England.
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1. What did the Puritans believe in? 1. What did the Puritans believe in?
The puritans were interested in religious freedom.
The Puritans were Calvinist Protestants.
The Puritans were persecuted for religious reasons.
Most Puritans were farmers.
The puritans were just here.
Puritans were very optimistic. Puritans came to this land because they believed in a better life. Puritans also thought that if they worked hard, their life would be rewarded.
The Puritans did not move to Rhode Island. However many exiled Puritans found refuge there.
The Puritans did admire the teachings of Calvinism. Calvinism was an important part of the Puritans beliefs and foundation.
no, puritans were people from England that were loyal to England some of the pilgrams may have been puritans but not all of them.
Puritans valued their ships, technology, and ownership
I think the puritans were important because they were pure
The Puritans Sought Religious Freedom.
The puritans made money by robbing the Indians.
The Puritans. The Puritans.
Define the puritans principle for justice and mercy.
no. the puritans dressed plainly.
The pilgrims WERE puritans! -Icestar of IceClan
The Puritans sought religious freedom.
These New Puritans was created in 2006.
The pilgrims came after the puritans. Both the puritans and pilgrims played a large part in New England's history and culture.
The Pilgrims were Separatists and Puritans were, well, Puritans. Both are Protestant divisions from England that didn't like the Anglican church.
Some of the Puritans were Calvinists. The Puritans were a group of English Protestants in the 16th and 17th centuries, which did include some that were English Calvinists.
No. The Puritans came to practice their religion, but non-Puritans were not welcome. If you were not a Puritan, you had to settle elsewhere
The Puritans of 1630 landed at Shawmut.
The Puritans built The Massachusetts Bay Colony.
Puritans settled in Boston.
The puritans went to the Anglican Church
bad because the puritans were different.
the puritans were on the parliaments side
how did puritans punish disobedient children?
There was so many Puritans that were persecuted.
the puritans believe they were chosen by god
the puritans where peolpe who helped the english to trade maybe
Puritans rarely had arranged weddings
The Puritans were seeking religious freedom.
The Puritans were fatalistic in that they believed in the doctrine of the elect (predestination).
the puritans lived in America , Massachusetts bay colony .
Puritans was an extremist and very dangerous religious group in the Middleage.
The Puritans viewed the woods as the "Devil's stronghold."
why did the puritans colonize the new world
yes. the puritans were part of the colonies.