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Comparing and Contrasting Puritans, Pilgrims and Quakers
Transcript of Comparing and Contrasting Puritans, Pilgrims and Quakers
Comparing Pilgrims Puritans and Quakers
Eventually the separatists approached the Virginia Company and gained permission to settle in America. Because this group of separatist traveled far on the Mayflower to gain religious freedom, they later became known as the Pilgrims.
Although puritans had come to Amrica to find religious freedom for the selves, they would not allow all faiths to worship freely. They were particularly intolerant of the Quakers, another group of protestant dissenters.
Puritan merchants , recieved a royal charter to settle New England. Unlike the separatists, who wanted to break away from the English church, the Puritans wanted to reform "purify" its practice.
Puritans vs Pilgrims
Puritans and Piligrims are alike because they both fled to the Americas away from the Church of England.
Puritans and Pilgrims are differrnt because the pilgrims just got up and left the Church of England. While the Puritans wanted to purify the "False" influences remaining from the Roman Catholicism.
Sam Huth Morgan Crane
Quakers vs Puritans
Quakers and Puritans are alike because they were both protistant groups who broke away from the Catholic church to form their own religions.
Puritans and Quakers are different because the Puritans were very intolerant and the Quakers wished to live in peace with there nieghors. The Puritans actually persecuted the Quakers and believed they were heretics.
Pilgrims vs Quakers
Pilgrims and Quakers are alike because both are very religous and both developed about the same time.
Pilgrims and Quakers are different because Quakers beleieved in a strong relationship with god while the Pilgrims focused more on work and labor.
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