What Is The Role Of Puritanism In Colonial America

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Puritanism was basically a reformation movement in 17th century England and Colonial America within the Church that represented change by religiously advocating strict religious discipline along with simplification of ceremonies and creeds; politically through the Separatists who gave up on any possibility of reform within the Anglican Church as well as separating church and state; socially the Puritans brought socioeconomic opportunities as well as an educated clergy for leadership in both the Church and the community unlike England which lacked thereof; therefore the Puritans represented change. The Puritans religiously represented change by coming to America in 1630 so that they could purify the Church through applying principles of the
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