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The Puritans were a religious Protestant Christian group of pilgrims in the 1600s who fled the "over-tolerance" of the Netherlands to come to a land where they could freely impose a theocracy over their subjects. However, "pilgrim" is a term that just means a "religious person who travels in search of a special religious place" and there are numerous pilgrims in various religions whose beliefs differ quite profoundly with the Puritans as well as each other (such as Catholic pilgrims to Santiago de Compostela or Muslim pilgrims to Mecca).
religious belives influenced Puritan laws and government, also every person should have been able to read the bible
The Puritans followed John Winthrop. He was the person who brought the English Puritans to the "New World." For more information, check out the related link.
Puritans is a person in social studies.
All of the passengers on the Mayflower were pilgrims, if you use the dictionary definition of: A person who embarks on a quest for something considered sacred; a person who makes a journey for religious purpose.However, not all of the Mayflower passengers who settled in Plymouth were Puritans. The Puritans settled farther up the coast in the Massachusetts Bay Colony.Although the two terms are often used interchangeably, they don't really mean the same thing. The pilgrims of Plymouth consisted of people from varying philosophies, who were seeking a place where they could worship freely. Among them were people who wanted to reform the Anglican Church (Church of England) from within to make it more Protestant, those who wanted to retain the Church, but wanted to make it more democratic, and, finally, those who wanted a clean and complete break with the Anglican Church, known as Puritans.The Puritans who settled in Massachusetts had no such divisions. To a person, they were what was called Separatists; those who wanted to follow the teachings of John Calvin. They subscribed to a "Pure" religion, based entirely on what they considered a literal interpretation of the Bible.Incidentally, one of the biggest reasons why both the Pilgrims and Puritans were so keen on education was that Protestantism held that Everyone had the duty to read the Bible. Therefore, everyone had to be able to read.
There are many different times in which a person may have influenced another person. They may have influenced someone when they wrote a speech about a disease for example.
The puritans and the Quakers were to religious groups that formed in the First Great Awakening. the groups may have lived in neighboring colonies, but the groups were completely different. The puritans were very strict about religion and their lifestyle. if you had different beliefs about religion than them, you were not a puritan anymore. however, the Quakers lived a little more freely. they took other peoples beliefs into consideration. but the puritans did not tolerate the Quaker's. they treated them cruelly. the said that every Quaker was a witch and not a real person. the two groups were very different. i hope this source helped you a lot. if it didn't comment on it in the discussion area. i hope i was a lot of help to what you were doing. sorry if i didn't help you! -Peacegurl6464
his beliefs are of love and sharing and nicenessthat is not his beliefs a person wrote that i dont know his beliefs
They are called pilgrims.
The Puritans were English Protestants who were unhappy with the Church of England. They believed it had strayed too far from the Bible and was too close to the Catholic church in its rich decoration and its belief that a person could have a relationship with God only through a church and a priest, not directly. They believed in plain and simple houses, clothing and churches, not the rich decorations of the time. They were persecuted by the Church and by King James and so left England for America in order to worship as they believed. The first Pilgrims in America went to Virginia in 1618, but most went to New England. The Pilgrims founded the Plymouth Colony in Massachusetts in 1620. Other Puritans established the Massachusetts Bay Colony near present-day Boston in 1829 and the Connecticut Colony in 1636.
Convictions are beliefs - strong convictions are strong beliefs that the person feels are right. A person with strong convictions will not be convinced that these beliefs are false without a LOT of proof.
Cissy van Marxveldt was a person who influenced Anne Frank.
Stan Walker said Beyonce Knowles was the person who influenced him.
They're called Pilgrims.
culturally? or Physics? Is this a mass being influenced or a person? By influenced, do you mean changed or moved?
A conservative person is one who wants to preserve traditional beliefs and values.
Massasoit was the Wampanoag sachem that met the Pilgrims along with Squanto
A pilgrim is a person on a pilgrimage, that is, a spiritual quest of some sort. Usually, they are visiting some holy landmarks (ie Mecca in Islam, Jerusalem in Christianity and other religions, etc.). The pilgrims from colonial times were coming to the "New World" in a search of religious freedom, so they weren't visiting as much as they were settling somewhere where they wouldn't be persecuted for their beliefs.
Exactly what it says; tolerance of religion. It means that a person with religious beliefs can accept another person with their different religious beliefs.
A self-directed person