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Apology for the liberties of the churches in New England to which is prefix"d, A discourse concerning Congregational churches ... by Mather, Samuel

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Published by Printed by T. Fleet, for Daniel Henchman in Boston .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Congregationalism.

Book details:

The Physical Object
Paginationix, 116 (i.e. 216) p. ;
Number of Pages216
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23278387M

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Let’s begin with the Perry Miller, known as Puritanism’s greatest historian; he received a posthumous Pulitzer. Tell me about The New England Mind.. The New England Mind is a work of profound much of the nineteenth century, the Puritans who founded New England were dismissed by their descendants as a retrograde people; so much so that the word ‘puritan’ was a term of abuse.   Her first book, Martyrs’ Mirror: Persecution and Holiness in Early New England (Oxford ), explores the uses of John Foxe's martyr stories in America. She has published recently in the William & Mary Quarterly, Early American Literature, and Church History and is currently writing a book on the Restoration in New England. The Body of Liberties, a document originally published in , is the first legal code established by European colonists in New England and was composed of a list of liberties, rather than restrictions, and intended for use as guidance for the General Court of the document is considered by many as the precursor to the General Laws of Massachusetts and the Massachusetts Constitution.   Their new found sense of church that swept over New England and was spear headed by John Cotton beginning in the s. It was coined by Cotton and other pastors as, “Congregational Way.” [1] This way rid the church of its outrageous power and clung to the liberties, which Christ had already promised them based off of the resurrection.