1 2-1 puritan separatists protestants pilgrims

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1 2-1 puritan separatists protestants pilgrims

  1. 1. PuritansSeparatistsProtestantsPilgrims 于畅 高喜云 汪小梅 赵一鸣 金中良
  2. 2. The church of England King Henry Ⅷ, 1534, separated from the Roman Catholic Church. Queen Mary, 1555, fully restored under Rome in
  3. 3. Puritans ≠ PuristsA  Dates from 1706 group of people who  A person who adheres grew discontent in the Church of England and strictly and often excessively to a worked towards tradition", especially religious, moral and "one preoccupied with societal reforms. the purity of a language and its Settled Massachusetts protection from the use Bay (1630). of foreign or altered forms.“----Merriam- Webster Online Dictionary
  4. 4. Separatists In the 16th and 17th centuries wished to separate from the Church of England and form independent local churches. One group of Separatists left England for Holland in 1608, and in 1620 some of them, the Pilgrims, settled at Plymouth, Massachusetts.
  5. 5. Pilgrims The group of separatists and other individuals who were the founders of Plymouth Colony . “Pilgrim Fathers” is given to those members who made the first crossing on the Mayflower.
  6. 6. What we can learn Their insisting fighting for religion freedom. Their courage to overcome difficulties, both from human and nature. Their hardworking after reach the New Land, and make a great change on the ground.
  7. 7. Thank you

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