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2. Contextualization: Imagine what his audience might have been thinking and feeling as they listened to him on the ship. Describe it below.
3. Close reading: What is the main idea of this speech? What do you think Winthrop means when he says, “We shall be as a City Upon a Hill?”
1. Sourcing: Who was John Cotton speaking to in this sermon? Why is he speaking about settling in a new land?

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