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New England conscience

Belle C. Greene

New England conscience

by Belle C. Greene

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Published by G. P. Putnam"s sons in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New England
    • Subjects:
    • New England -- Fiction.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Belle C. Greene.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPZ3.G8305 N
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiii, 196 p.
      Number of Pages196
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6978563M
      LC Control Number06045557
      OCLC/WorldCa1193913

      Introduction: The Verins--A Family "Much Afflicted with Conscience" The Verins and Family History. The Many Puritanisms. A Note about Methodology. Women and the Historical Record in the Early Modern Era. Women’s Agency in the Early Modern Era. Part One: "Gone to New England for Conscience Sake": Family History as New England History. The Verins.   In the book, Mather states that New England is under attack by the Devil and argues these instances of witchcraft are proof of that claim. Mather goes on to explain that a witch who had been executed 40 years prior had warned the Massachusetts Bay Colony of a “horrible plot against the country by witchcraft” which Mather states finally seems to have been uncovered in Salem, the first.

      The book culminates in the spell-binding story of Marino Restrepo, hailed as a St. Paul for our century. Formerly a well-to-do Hollywood music producer who sank into serious sin and the New Age movement, he endured a torturous kidnapping by Colombian guerilla rebels for over half a year, during which he experienced an illumination of conscience. Sheds new light on the crises of conscience of ordinary people, as well as prominent individuals such as Thomas More Offers new research on the ways practical theologians in England, Spain, and France participated in political debate and interacted with secular counsellors and princes.

        UPDATED: New The Case of Verin section. BIOGRAPHY: Roger Williams was born in England about and died in America in He founded the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence the Revolutionary War, the colony became the state of Rhode Island. Roger Williams is arguably the founder of modern American society. The book is a direct transfer of human allegiance in things spiritual from the civil and ecclesiastical powers to the judgment and conscience of the individual. 2 And several generations after that, President Franklin D. Roosevelt continued to affirm the same truth, noting: “We want to do it the voluntary way – and most human beings in all.


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The New England of his day regarded Palfrey's life as blameless and exemplary. Yet he himself once called it 'his personal tragicomedy.' In his stormy political career, Palfrey not only was Massachusetts Secretary of State, member of Congress, and Postmaster of Boston, but also played a key role in the formation of the Free Soil Party.

Gatell has used papers of Palfrey's contemporaries and of. To honor a New England author or book with a New England setting or subject. Active Given to a New England resident for an unpublished work in one of four categories of children’s literature: picture books, novels, poetry, and nonfiction. Honors authors of literature of conscience who may have suffered censorship, efforts to.

This article was originally printed on Aug The New England Mind: From Colony to Province by Perry Miller. Perry Miller's first authoritative study of the New England culture: The New.

The New England of his day regarded John Gorham Palfrey's life as blameless and exemplary, a nineteenth-century "monument to the Puritan ideal of rectitude." Yet he himself once called it "his personal tragicomedy." At least, it was diverse, for Palfrey had been historian, Harvard educator, Unitarian minister, Massachusetts politician, editor of the North American Review, and crusader.

Perry Miller, more forcefully, writes that "Without the postscript, Cases of Conscience would be a bold stroke; with it, the book is a miserable species of double-talk." Kenneth Murdock offers a more balanced approach when he writes of Mather's postscript, "Less could hardly be said in fairness.

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