Unformatted text preview: important it was in their lives; “prayer they prepared for breakfast”. This simply shows how religion was first and foremost, done with the break of day and the death of light. Similarly, he mention of the good providence of God, and how “it pleased God to vanquish their enemies and give them deliverance”. To me though, the most important passage comes in the end, when he portrays the Indians “as special [instruments] sent of God”. What this implies is that because they do not follow the Christian cause, they are not human beings, greatly reducing their respect....
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- Christianity, Pearson AP Lang, Ivan Ivanov Mr. Pearson AP Lang