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William DeArteaga | PentecostalTheology.com

As we approach Thanksgiving here is an article on Puritanism that you may want to share. It outlines the Puritans’ marvelous achievements in recovering many Biblical truths, but also their failed discernment in Salem.

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  • Varnel Watson
    Reply November 22, 2017

    Varnel Watson

    Puritanism is OK with me Holiness and entire sanctification even better

    • Carl Murphy
      Reply November 23, 2017

      Carl Murphy

      The Puritans didn’t lead anyone anywhere. Jamestown was a thriving colony when the Puritans arrived. They, the Puritans promptly exiled Roger Williams and Anne Hutchinson, who founded Rhode Island. They ten went on a purity test, much as is happening today and began jailing and hanging anyone that dared question their specific beliefs. These were Pharisees not Christians and frankly I would suggest a little reading of history before i start aligning myself with them.

    • Varnel Watson
      Reply November 23, 2017

      Varnel Watson

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As we approach Thanksgiving here is an article on Puritanism that you may want to share. It outlines the Puritans’ marvelous achievements in recovering many Biblical truths, but also their failed discernment in Salem.

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