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Copy of Period 5--Class Crucible Prezi

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Becky Brown

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Group 1 Group Two Group 3 Group 4 The Role of Women in
Puritan Communities Group 6 Group 7 Group 8 Information about Puritans
-They were members of the church of England but saw problems so they sought to "purify"
-They emigrate from England 1630 and arrived in America the same year
-The Puritans came here to build a "city set upon a hill" to show the world what a shining example of Christianity the could be.
-Behind the various witch scares, hunts and trials.
-There leader was John Winthrop
-In the Puritan religion drinking beer was a very big sin. The role Puritan women played by the 16th or 17th century was to raise their kids right and teach them them moral values. They would be taught about their agreement with God and stories and lessons of the bible. They would cook, clean, and sew. These things were expected by Puritan women, but if they didn't do what they were supposed to do, they would be out casted by the society. Puritan women were highly obedient to their husbands and were very dutiful tot their house work. Plymouth plantation Life in a Puritan Community The Puritans were very selective in their forms of entertainment, and they were generally religion oriented. The Puritans would study religious writings and create their own works, such as poetry, sermons, and keep religious diaries. They also enjoyed visual art forms, and especially enjoyed creating extravagant tombstones. The Puritans rejected music because they believed that music led to laziness, and laziness interfered with their worship of God. The Puritans advocated a life devoid if idleness, but were more interested in physical labor. Puritans believed that the bible was God's writings of morality and that it was his plan and therefore how to live your life.
They wanted to "purify" the church and their lives
They believed that man existed for the glory of God
Their number one goal in life was to do God's will and to receive future happiness Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Protestant_work_ethic Source: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_were_the_Puritans%27_beliefs First english settlers colony Puritans believed that secular governors are accountable to God to protect and reward virtue and to punish wrongdoers. The Puritans considered the Bible as the true law of God that provided guidelines for church government Populated by the Mayflower settler The Puritans were strict Calvinists, or followers of the reformer John Calvin. Extreme Protestants who wanted religious freedom Puritan Morals http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_England_Puritan_culture_and_recreation Azad Coney
Maddie Arnovick
Juliet Gibbons
Tina Peregoy www.nd.edu/~rbarger/www.7/puritans.html
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