mon law and the institutions of local government to which they had been ...
graphs, treating of the political ideas of the English Puritans, was published last.
Back in England, the Puritans had been people of means and political ... the most
basic institution in Puritan society and was organized like a miniature church.
Feb 9, 1999 ... The Puritans were interested in establishing a degree of separation of church
and state ... the institutions of society (government) and the institutions of the
church. ... Excommunication caused loss of political rights, legal rights, ...
In 1603, moderate Puritans in England hoped the new monarch, James I, would
be ... Nearby was a tavern, which was the main social institution for the
community. ... Political and religious authority were often combined and voting
The movement began in England and spread to America where it greatly
influenced social, political, and religious institutions. Such religious
denominations as ...
After the 17th century the Puritans as a political entity largely disappeared, but ....
were formed by covenants produced America's first democratic institution, the.
another: Plymouth was a religious colony founded by Puritans, Amsterdam was a
... As a consequence of their political institutions and other guarantees from.
The Puritans insisted on individual effort and ... institutions: mixture of democracy
and authoritarian theocracy.
But theirs was a religious, not a political agenda; moral and theological principles
were .... The most obvious difference between the Pilgrims and the Puritans is
that the .... For one thing, Williams's critique of the institutions being developed in
1) Puritan education was distinctive, where it was either public, private or home
schooled. .... Then they sought to institute three levels of primary education:
elementary school, Junior high school or middle school, and high school, or in