Religious Liberation And The Puritans

1409 WordsDec 10, 20166 Pages
Religious liberation is very consequential today, but it was paramount to the Puritans years ago. The Puritans were seeking liberation for themselves and nobody else. Their posture transmuted when they peregrinate to what we know as America. The Puritans were being treated lamentably in Europe, but they still stood up for religious liberation. The Puritans were the reformers, or improvers, of the Church of England. They had no intentions, or desire, to dissever from the church. When the Church of England became corrupt, the Puritans decided they wanted to emasculate it up. When the Puritans decided to make this decision, they were mistreated for this. They began wanting religious liberation, however, when they moved far enough from the Church of England, they establish a regime that gave religious liberation. When they established a regime that gave religious freedom, the Puritans only gave to those who acceded with them. The Puritans suffered from harassment, but lived their religion faithfully. When they suffered from harassment, this included torture, withal, and even painful death. The Puritans went through this torture just to remain true, or faithful, to the lord. Religious liberation is very paramount to America today, as it was years ago to the Puritans. The Puritans and Pilgrims are often misconstruing, but are far from the same people. One distinction between the Pilgrims and the Puritans is that the Puritans had no intention of breaking with the church. The
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