Puritan Essay | Anne Bradstreet's "In Memory of My Dear Grandchild"

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Anne Bradstreet's "In Memory of My Dear Grandchild"

Summary: This essay is about comparing Puritan beliefs with my own using a Puritan poem as reference to Puritanism.
Puritans, like Anne Bradstreet, had views that were unlike anyone else. Even though they believed in God their views on him and the beliefs of the Christians varied greatly. Of their thirty-nine articles, five are well known. The first one is that of Original Sin, the belief that since the fall of Adam that all of mankind is born with sin in his heart. The second article states that of Unconditional Depravity, basically saying that God predetermines who are the chosen ones for salvation before they are even born. The third article, and probably the one that is further from Christian views is Jesus died for only the chosen and not for everyone. The fourth article states that God's grace is freely given but that you cannot earn nor deny it. The fifth article says that if one goes against God's grace...

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