Analysis Of A Burning House Upon A Hill By Anne Bradsreet
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1. This poem is by Anne Bradsreet from "A Burning House Upon a Hill" and it talked about how her belongings were burned to the ground; however, she believed that she didnt need material things and all that she needed was God. This was very similar to Puritan beliefs because they believed that no one should be extraordinary or out of the normal. They werent supposed to show off because they believed that only God could do such things. Something interesting about this passage would be that God loved everyone in contrast to Edward's passage. He believed that God hated everyone.
3. The passage is by Johnathan Edwards from "A Sinner in the Hands of an Angry God" and it talked about how God hated everyone and that he was ready to send people to