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2 2-1 puritans,separetism and pilgrims
2 2-1 puritans,separetism and pilgrims
2 2-1 puritans,separetism and pilgrims
2 2-1 puritans,separetism and pilgrims
2 2-1 puritans,separetism and pilgrims
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2 2-1 puritans,separetism and pilgrims

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  • 1. Protestantism, Puritans, Separatism and Pilgrims
  • 2. Puritans: a significant group of English Protestants in the 16th and17th centuries. A Puritan was any person seeking purity throughworship and doctrine. Puritans felt that the English Reformation had notgone far enough.Their features:• piety, simplicity of dress and modesty of life.• man exists for the glory of God;• first concern is to do Gods will and so to receive future happiness.Many of their beliefs were similar to those of Calvinists.
  • 3. John Calvin(1509-1564):•French theologian and pastor•devoted to Protestant Reformation•developed Calvinism•his seminal work: The Institutes ofthe Christian Religion in 1536.
  • 4. "Bloody Marys" reign During her five-year reign, she killed 280 protestants, because she had a different religious belief - Catholicism.Protestants left EnglandElizabeths reign returnedBy the end of Elizabethsreignreform Separate and set up Separatists Mary
  • 5. Who are they? Pilgrims refers to the one hundred Puritans who boarded the‘Mayflower’ bound for the New World on September, 1620. They Settledin a rocky harbor called Plymouth, inpresent-day, in Massachusetts, UnitedStates.Why did they come to America?• to Escape religious persecution• to Seek religious freedom• to find a place fit for livingand preaching religion the Mayflower
  • 6.  He was one of the Founding Fathers of the United States. Franklin retained a lifelong commitment to the Puritan virtues. Franklin passed puritan virtues into the American culture permanently. He had a “passion for virtue.” These Puritan values included his devotion to egalitarianism, education, industry, thrift, honesty, temperance, charity and community spirit.
  • 7. Work group:资料:曹婷、李辉、朱菁、周玲、王丹妮统稿:曹婷、李辉、朱菁、周玲、王丹妮技术:李辉图片:曹婷、李辉、朱菁、周玲、王丹妮校对:曹婷、李辉

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