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Citations:John Winthrop, “City Upon a Hill,” 1630.John Cotton, “The Divine Right to Occupy the Land,” 1630.
Puritans QuestionsDocument A:1. Who was John Winthrop speaking to in this sermon? What do you think is the purpose of this sermon?2. Imagine what his audience might have been thinking and feeling as they listened to him on the ship. Describe it below.His audience was probably feeling hopeful and faithful to god.3. 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?”