A valuable introduction to the Puritans and their significance today.

This is absolutely essential if we are goingto truly understand the history of the Puritans or the history of any group ofpeople for that matter.

Taken from Thomas Brook's "Lives of the Puritans."

Rev Donnelly explains some of the historical and spiritual dimensions of the Troubles.

Historians regard the Puritan period as coming to an endin 1662.

Many seem to want to rewrite the history books to render the story ofthe Puritans to just a fading footnote to an old archaic history, one that isno longer relevant in the Enlightened and progressive Post-Christian era inwhich we now live.

John Winthrop and the Puritan dream of a shining'city upon a hill'.

They say that the Puritans came to , spread disease, trampledan idyllic and perfect native Indian society, and then died out when "theEnlightenment" came and mercifully liberated the West from its chains andthe religious superstition of the medieval era.

Puritans Cassell’s Illustrated History of England Volume 3 Public Domain Wikimedia Commons

Puritanhistory is, in fact, an ongoing saga.

The Puritans were inclined to express their opinion quiteforcefully, even to the point of straining the social constraints of a rigidmonarchical English society.

Puritan history may come to a grandclimax during the coming years.

Tounderstand the Puritans we must get a clear picture of their spirit and theircharacter and get an accurate record of just how they impacted the people, thenation, and the world around them.

The Puritanofficial, the sergeant, and the officer areall wearing .

With a properunderstanding of Puritan history and what these people did in times past we canbegin to see what is happening today and why it is happening.

Puritan Sex: The Surprising History of Puritans and Their Sexual Practices

Puritan belief and the futurehistory of America.

Thethesis of this series of articles on the Puritans was that it was the innerLight and guidance of God that came by the Holy Scriptures that made thedifference.

However it was after 1662 that the Puritans wrote someof their finest expositions.

But the English part ofPuritan history is not often appreciated in .

Puritans felt no remorse about administering punishment. They believed in Old Testament methods. Surely God's correction would be far worse to the individual than any earthly penalty.

'Manifest Destiny' isrooted in the Puritan dream of a 'nation under God'.

The Puritans wereEnglishmen emerging from the Elizabethan era.

Underthe educational elites the writers of textbooks quickly learn what elements ofhistory to emphasize or de-emphasize to land these massive contracts.