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Q: Why were the puritans considered dissenters?
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What date did the puritans leave New England?

the puritans left New England because they didn't like dissenters ways and they questioned the dissenters an they were miss treated


Who founded providence as a heaven for religious dissenters?

The Puritans


Group of English religious dissenters of the 1500s - 1600s?

puritans


The puritans were known as dissenters because they?

Opposed England's official religion


The religious dissenters who established Plymouth colony were the?

The religious dissenters who established Plymouth colony were known as the Pilgrims and Puritans. They made their way there in 1620.


Which group consisted of dissenters who sought to change catholic practices in the Church of England?

The Puritans were dissenters who sought to change practices in the Church of England.


How were the Puritans in England similar to the dissenters in the New England Colonies?

puritans in England /dissenter sin new England how are the similar


Why were the English puritans religiuos dissenters?

The puritans did not believe in that the religion was rightouse or fair, they were tied of being tolled to do what to believe.. causing them to separate from the church and becoming puritans "pure".


The majority of English Puritans were religious dissenters who?

Wished to purify Anglican forms of worship


Religious dissenters belief in hard work social conformity New England?

Puritans


What state was founded by the dissenters fleeing persecution by the puritans in Massachusetts?

Rhode Island founded by Roger Williams.


Which state was founded by dissenters fleeing persecution by the Puritans in Massachusetts?

Rhode Island founded by Roger Williams


Were the puritans hypocrite in their treatment of dissenters?

They persecuted themelves and then turn around and persecute others. That sounds very hypocritical to me.


How did they reconcile their own religious dissent from the Church of England with their persecution of dissenters like Hutchison and Williams Does their outlook make them hypocrites?

Rather than true dissenters, the Puritans wanted to reform the Church of England. Only when the Anglican Church refused this reformation did the Puritans actually split. They could be fairly intolerant, not just of other Protestant beliefs, but of any criticism of their church doctrine by members. As a result, dissenters were not tolerated.


Who were the Radical Calvinists who considered the Church of England so corrupt that they broke with it and formed their own independent churches?

The groups are referred to as Separatists (also known as Dissenters), including the Pilgrims and Puritans who travelled to form colonies in America.


What has the author Kristen Poole written?

Kristen Poole has written: 'Radical Religion from Shakespeare to Milton' -- subject(s): Controversial literature, Dissenters, Religious, England, History and criticism, Puritans, Religion in literature, Religious Dissenters


How did the Puritans reconcile their own religious dissent from the Church of England with their persecution of dissenters like Hutchinson and?

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How did the Puritans reconcile their own religious dissent from the Church of England with their persecution of dissenters like Hutchinson and Williams?

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Is Puritans a Protestant?

Yes, the Puritans split from the Anglican Church and both are considered as Protestant denominations.


What was the main religion in North Carolina in the 1600's?

Christianity was the main religion in North Carolina in the 1600s. It was settled by Protestant Anglicans and Dissenters, such as Puritans and Quakers, in nearly equal numbers.


What was a challenge to puritan beliefs?

While the Puritans believed that only their version of Christianity was "pure," it did not take long for skeptics and dissenters to emerge in the Massachusetts Bay Colony. These skeptics and dissenters were often treated harshly-- either subjected to physical punishment or driven out of the colony, which is what happened to Roger Williams, who left Massachusetts and founded what became the state of Rhode Island.


Why did the Puritans migrate to New England?

They moved to America because they wanted to be able to practice Puritanism freely and England wouldn't let them do that. King Charles I had intensified the persecution of all dissenters from the Church of England.


Why did Pilgrims and puritans leave Europe for Americas?

The Puritans wanted to be free from religious prosecution in England. During the 1620s England's economy suffered. Many people lost their jobs. The English king, Charles I, made the situation worse by raising taxes. This unpopular act led to a political crisis. At the same time, the Church of England began to punish Puritans because they were dissenters, or people who disagree with official opinions. King Charles refused to allow Puritans to criticize church actions.


What has the author Leland Henry Carlson written?

Leland Henry Carlson has written: 'The writings of John Greenwood and Henry Barrow, 1591-1593' -- subject(s): History, Puritans, Relations with Puritans, Religious Dissenters, Sources 'Martin Marprelate, gentleman' -- subject(s): Authorship, Marprelate controversy


Whom did both Catholics and Protestants considered to be dangerous radicals?

The Puritans