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Anne Hutchinson

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Anne Hutchinson, born Anne Marbury (1591–1643), was a Puritan spiritual adviser, mother of .... Hutchinson believed that the Spirit instructed her to follow Cotton to America, "impressed ...

Truth v. Myth: What did Anne Hutchinson believe? | The Historic ...

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May 27, 2008 ... As a Puritan scholar, I am constantly amazed at the hero-worship surrounding Anne Hutchinson. Let's set the record straight with a little truth v.

God In America: People: Anne Hutchinson | PBS

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Oct 11, 2010 ... Smart, outspoken and opinionated, Anne Hutchinson was the daughter ... She believed that by teaching that good works were evidence of true ...

Biography of Anne Hutchinson: A Puritan Who Fought for Religious ...

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Anne Hutchinson was an intelligent, independent woman who refused to let other people tell her what she should believe or how to live Anne Hutchinson on ...

Anne Hutchinson - New World Encyclopedia

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Mar 28, 2014 ... "Anne Hutchinson on Trial" by Edwin Austin Abbey .... Hutchinson believed that the Puritan colony had begun to practice a "Covenant of Works" ...

Who Was Anne Hutchinson? – History of Massachusetts

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Jan 26, 2015 ... Anne Hutchinson was a Puritan religious leader and midwife who .... a person who believed that commands came only from God and that ...

Mass Moments: Anne Hutchinson Banished

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...in 1638, Anne Hutchinson was expelled from the Massachusetts Bay ... she believed that human will and action played no role in salvation.

The Antinomian Controversy - The History Project - University of ...

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As good Calvinists, the Puritans believed in predestination -- that a person was ... But for some Puritans, such as Anne Hutchinson, such ideas smacked of the ...

The Legacy of Anne Hutchinson - Dating

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Anne Hutchinson came into the world as Anne Marbury in 1591. ... She believed that women and men were equal in the eyes of God and should also be equal ...

SparkNotes: John Winthrop: Section 9: Antinomianism

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Anne Hutchinson began to hold weekly discussion meetings in her house after ... became evident that she believed in a theory called Antinomianism–a view ...

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Find out more about the history of Anne Hutchinson, including videos, ... With Cotton and Wheelwright, Hutchinson believed that redemption was God's gift to his ...

Anne Hutchinson in Massachusetts Bay - Saint Paul's Church ...

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In only four years of residence, Anne Hutchinson had a considerable impact on ... Additionally, Anne believed that once a person received grace they acquired ...

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She believed that everyone should have free religious beliefs. That is why she was expelled ... Anne Hutchinson believed people should pray directly to god.