The Role Of Puritans In New England

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New England, Massachusetts had a famous and strict religious group known as the Puritans who interacted in many arguments and were disliked in Britain, yet it was the most prosperous religious group in North American. This specific religious group was also known as the most arrogant among other religions. They believed in predestination, thus no matter the evils committed, salvation was assured. Nevertheless, they also refused to participate in everyday social conduct, as to remove their top hat in salutation, or show respect, towards gentleman and were often ridiculed for it. Puritans also believed Catholicism had not been separated far enough from the Church of England and in the years 1630 through 1640 the Great Migration was in procedure
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