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Early Puritan Society

Summary: Discusses the life of William Bradford and his role as one of the first Puritan colonists to America. Explores the Puritan belief in divine providence, that someone or something else other than themselves was in control.
Coincidences happen a lot in today's society but wait is it really coincidence? Not according to William Bradford and the puritan view of divine providence. William Bradford was one of the first colonists over to America, therefore when the colonist landed there was nothing but trees and land. Not only did they have to deal with finding food and building shelter but they landed in the wrong spot when winter was approaching fast. "The lord is never wanting unto his in their greatest need." The theory of divine providence no matter what god will provide; things happen for a reason. This viewpoint is also widely supported in today's culture of a higher being in control of everything.

Bradford and the other puritans he was with need these positive thoughts that someone or something else other than themselves was in control. Thus knowing that god's will is always...

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