"Completing the Thirteen Colonies"
Calvinism Conceives Puritanism
The awesome doctrine of predestination was a distinguishing feature of Calvinism. Calvinists were a peculiar lot, partly because no believers could be completely sure that they were of the "elect."
The Puritans of Old England, even before 1620, were unhappy over the snail-like progress of the Protestant Reformation.
The Puritan Reformers fell into two general groups:
Non Conformists - sought to change the Church of England by boring from within. Though were devoted and sincere, they constituted a difficult and militant minority.
Separatists - They wished…
- "Completing the Thirteen Colonies"
- Differences Between New England and Central Colonies
- Essay on the establishments of the Colonies in America
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