John Winthrop: A Model Of Christian Charity

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In 1629, John Winthrop was part of the group of Puritans who secured control of the Massachusetts Bay Company that changed the emphasis from trade to religious colonization. John was at the center of the development for helping improve the Massachusetts from three hundred to twenty thousand in just one decade. Therefore, the Massachusetts Bay became a religious, judicial, government system built from the British model. When John sailed to America, he was past forty years old and he was successful and self-confident ready to take any opportunity presented it to him. One of his greatest work was A Model of Christian Charity, which talked about the discourse on the challenges and responsibilities offered to those who build the foundation

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