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Anne Hutchinson's Life
Anne Hutchinson's Life
Anne Hutchinson's Life
Anne Hutchinson's Life
Anne Hutchinson's Life
Anne Hutchinson's Life
Anne Hutchinson's Life
Anne Hutchinson's Life
Anne Hutchinson's Life
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Anne Hutchinson's Life

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  • 1. By: Sarah Holgerson and Kierston Matheson
  • 2. LIFE TRIAL LEGACY
  • 3. • Anne Marbury was born in Alford, Lincolnshire, England on July, 1591 • Her mother and father was Bridget Dryden and Francis Marbury • Francis Marbury was a deacon at Christ Church, Cambridge
  • 4. • During those days the church ministers were chosen for government reasons instead of spiritual reasons • Anne’s father disagreed with this method of running things and he spoke out • He was punished but he stood strong • Anne inherited his assertiveness and it would play a life changing role in her life
  • 5. • Anne grew up home-schooled and was very well educated • Her interest in theology grew and her opinions and beliefs mirrored her fathers • At the age of 21 she married Will Hutchinson • They settled in Alford and she became a mother and a housewife
  • 6. • By that time many people were concerned about the corruption of the catholic church • Anne Hutchinson and her family made the journey to America (the colonies) • They settled Massachusetts
  • 7. • When they arrived they thought that they could worship freely as they pleased but it was not so • In Massachusetts it was Puritan based, and there teachings were not the same beliefs as Anne Hutchinson's • So, she decided to stand for what she believed
  • 8. Anne Hutchinson’s Creed  That the Law and the preaching of it, is of no use at all to drivea man to Christ.  That a man is united to Christ and justified, without faith; yea,from eternity.  That faith is not a receiving of Christ, but a man's discerningthat he hath received him already.  That a man is united to Christ only by the work of the Spiritupon him, without any act of his.  That a man is never effectually Christ's, till he hath assurance.  This assurance is only from the witness of the Spirit.  This witness of the Spirit is merely immediate, without anyrespect to the word, or any concurrence with it.  When a man hath once this witness he never doubts more.  To question my assurance, though I fall into murder oradultery, proves that I never had true assurance.  Sanctification can be no evidence of a man's good estate.  No comfort can be had from any conditional promise.  Poverty in spirit (to which Christ pronounced blessedness,Matt. v. 3) is only this, to see I have no grace at all.  To see I have no grace in me, will give me comfort; but to takecomfort from sight of grace, is legal.  An hypocrite may have Adam's graces that he had ininnocence.  The graces of Saints and hypocrites differ not.  All graces are in Christ, as in the subject, and none in us, thatChrist believes, Christ loves, etc.  Christ is the new Creature.  God loves a man never the better for any holiness in him, andnever the less, be he never so unholy.  Sin in a child of God must never trouble him.  Trouble in conscience for sins of Commission, or for neglect ofduties, shows a man to be under a covenant of works.  All covenants to God expressed in works are legal works.  A Christian is not bound to the Law as a rule of hisconversation.  A Christian is not bound to pray except the Spirit moves him.  A minister that hath not this new light is not able to edifyothers: that have it.  The whole letter of the Scripture is a covenant of works.  No Christian must be pressed to duties of holiness.  No Christian must be exhorted to faith, love, and prayer, etc.,except we know he hath the Spirit.  A man may have all graces, and yet want Christ.  All a believer's activity is only to act sin. • She lived in a time where women weren’t allowed to do much, so she created a creed, a list of her religious beliefs. • The puritans in Massachusetts prosecuted her for the creed.
  • 9. • She believed that people should have freedom of thought, speech, and worship. • She thought that there shouldn’t be slaves, and they should be free. • She disagreed with the lack of women’s rights.
  • 10. • She started a home Bible study group where people came and asked questions about the Bible. • She started by inviting friends and neighbors that were women. • Later, more people started coming, including men, until there were 80 people. They had to move to a local church.
  • 11. • Anne studied the Bible in great depth on her own. • She especially studied the story of Adam and Eve because it was important to the puritans. They believed it to be the doctrine of original sin, and she had questions about it. • Puritans didn’t agree with her religious beliefs, so they arrested her.
  • 12. • 1637, Anne stood alone on trial against 49 educated and powerful men • She was tried for expressing religious beliefs that were not the same beliefs as the colonies' rulers • She was quick witted and smart but she was found guilty and she fled to Rhode Island • In Rhode Island she was able to worship freely
  • 13. • Anne Hutchinson left a legacy that if we believe in something strongly, then we should fight for it and not give up • Sir Henry Vane, who was part of Anne Hutchinson’s bible study group, later became the governor of the Massachusetts bay colony. • She helped make it possible for us to have freedom of Religion today
  • 14. • "Anne Hutchinson." The Trial of Anne Hutchinson. Web. 2 Sept. 2009. <http://pbskids.org/wayback/civilrights/features_hutchison.h tml>. • "Biography." Biography. Web. 9 Sept. 2009. <http://www.annehutchinson.com/anne_hutchinson_biograp hy_001.htm>. • Anne Hutchinson. 7 Oct. 2003. Web. 11 Sept. 2009. http://annehutchinson.com/. • "Anne Hutchinson -." Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Web. 11 Sept. 2009. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anne_Hutchinson#Religious_ac tivities.

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