Puritan Essay | Purtianism Struggles as a Religion

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Purtianism Struggles as a Religion

Summary: Most Puritans believe that God was the only way to heaven and that his grace could not be earned. They believe that a select few were chosen at birth to go to Heaven. These select few could live their lives however they contented, yet still being allowed to go to Heaven. God would determine each individual's destiny and no man could influence or change his providence.
Puritanism...The Ambiguous Religion

The Puritan religion is no exception to the fact that life is full of contradictions. In the minds of the Puritan people they are God's "chosen" people. This belief was pulled from a scripture in the Bible. They assumed themselves as better or above the average man. After much research and trial an error there were many inconsistencies found in the puritan religion.

Many of the Puritan's beliefs are valid, while others would strike today's society as outrageous. Most Puritans believe that God was the only way to heaven and that his grace could not be earned. They believed that a select few were chosen at birth to go to Heaven. These select few could live their lives however they contented, yet still being allowed to go to Heaven. God would determine each individual's destiny and no man could influence or...

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