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The Morality of Puritan Faith A Critique of Young Goodman Brown by Nathaniel Hawthorne
"What is your Birth Sin?' 'Adams sin imputed to me, and a corrupt nature dwelling in me." A Puritan is a member of English Protestants who advocated strict religious discipline. Nathaniel Hawthorne's story, "Young Goodman Brown," is meant as a critique to the ideals of Puritan faith. Goodman Brown personifies many of the puritan characteristics, which include fear and strict faith. Puritan dogma teaches that humans are absolutely corrupt and require endless self-scrutiny to understand that they are sinners and undeserving of God's Grace. This is due to the fact that the covenant made bet…
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