8 thoughts on “ I Hate Puritans !

  1. Apr 19,  · So You Say You Hate the Puritans By Jeremy Egerer Despite the fact that Oliver Cromwell was vastly superior to Charles I, I have yet to hear anyone praise Cromwell for .
  2. Jul 29,  · The Puritans were members of a religious reform movement that arose in the late 16th century and held that the Church of England should eliminate ceremonies and practices not rooted in .
  3. The British government (amongst many others) hate the idea of us enjoying ourselves. Alcohol, tobacco, refined sugar, and caffeine would be illegal if they didn’t have such a long tradition. But too many ignorant puritans are opposed to that. Nicotine is enjoyable and addictive, therefore it’s evil and should be banned in spite of its.
  4. Sep 02,  · Gatita is spot on - and "hate" is such a harsh word. The Puritans were the ones that were persecuted at first, and when they became more powerful, they did the same thing to others. 0 0. capitalgentleman. Lv 7. 9 years ago. As the Taliban are to Muslims, the Puritans were to Christians. A very strict interpretation of Scriptures, and them.
  5. Puritanism, a religious reform movement in the late 16th and 17th centuries that was known for the intensity of the religious experience that it fostered. Puritans’ efforts contributed to both civil war in England and the founding of colonies in America. Learn more about Puritanism, its history, and beliefs.
  6. The Puritans were happy when in James Stuart, the king of Scotland, also became king of England. James was a Presbyterian and under his rule many of the reforms that Puritans favoured had been introduced in Scotland. However, it soon became clear that James intended to continue with Elizabeth's religious policies.
  7. The Netflix pile of degenerate trash Cuties highlights a lot hypocrisy when it comes to the far left, and the Twitter Puritans. Check out my store: https://.
  8. Nov 16,  · Why I Hate Puritans (Part 1): Typology, Scripture and Patriarchy As Peter Hoffer notes in Sensory Worlds of Early America, the Puritans read their experiences typologically, seeing themselves as literally, not just figuratively reliving the events of the founding of Israel.

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