In the late sixteenth century the puritanism raised

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In the late sixteenth century the Puritanism raised in the England, which was a very different social order. It was a Protestant Reformation, which “came to define a set of religious principles and a view of how society should be organized”. Taking back to the significance of the women, the Puritans “belief in male authority […] severely limited married women’s legal and economic rights. […] The obedience of women, children and servants to men’s will was the foundation of social stability”. However, women were spiritually equal as men, allowing them to become full church members. Because of that gap, some women started to claim positions of religious leadership. Not so different front the Spanish, were the Church were completely united to the crown, the Church and State for the English were closely interconnected. “The law required each town to stablish a church and to levy a tax to support the minister.” Puritans belief that Indians resemble Catholics, “with their false gods and deceptive rituals”. The Puritans wanted to bring Christian faith to the Indians, but with the time they started to seen the Indians more as “obstacles to be pushed aside, rather than as potential converts”. The Spanish in other hand, persist in teach the Catholic way of life to the Indians, through the Jesuits, which considering that the Indians religions were all
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savagery and frivolous, thought that with the Catholicism they would turn to normal people. 2. Alternative Source (Name, Location, etc.): - Library of Congress () - Library of Congress (- Revolution_Guizot.pdf)
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  • Fall '19
  • Christianity, Protestant Reformation, religious persecution

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