Puritan Children in Exile: The Effects of the Puritan Concepts of the Original Sin, Death, Salvation, and Grace Upon the Children and Grandchildren of the Puritan Emigrants Leading to the Collapse of the Puritan Period

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Heritage Books, 2002 - 283 pages
Although the focus centers on Puritan beliefs about the place of children and the parenting practices provided for these disenfranchised children, the basic concepts and motivations of Puritanism are explained and examined with insight and detail. J2009HB - $29.84

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Contents

Chapter One History of the Concept
1
Chapter Three Church Membership Visible
29
Chapter Five Puritan Sins and Biblebased
43
Chapter Seven Puritan Burials in
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Chapter Nine Collapse of the Puritan Period
97
Chapter Ten Covenants of Grace
105
Chapter Eleven Literal Interpretation of
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Chapter Twelve Children Adolescents
131
Chapter Thirteen Psychological Social
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Chapter Fourteen A Summary of Findings
163
Appendix
195
Bibliography
253
Notes footnotes
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Index
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Page 24 - Withhold not correction from the child : for if thou beatest him with the rod, he shall not die. Thou shalt beat him with the rod, and shalt deliver his soul from hell.
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