This essay explores the practical or lived dimensions of Puritanism in New England. Building on the work of David D. Hall and other scholars, I examine the ways in which actual religious belief and practice often departed from the theological ideal. I am particularly attuned to the ways that gender expressed itself amongst believers, often creating a double standard about knowing Gods plans that Puritans themselves might have found surprising had they explicitly considered the ways that gender, status, and power worked again... More >>>
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