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A small little story about an Native American and a Puritan who meet up in the woods outside of Plymouth. There were a lot of historical and cultural inaccuracy but that being said still a good story. Truly my only major problem was that it was so short and ends at what would be a great place to start. Mar 24, Don Bradshaw rated it it was ok Shelves: just-sex , short. Native American and a not so pure Puritan sex scenes.
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Pages Home About Me. Pilgrims always have food! Thanksgiving, the most gluttonous of all fall feast, is the only time I think of the Pilgrims. I don't think of them as trailblazers or a highly religious people who desired freedom. Instead, I think of green bean casseroles and dinner rolls. In the supermarket, on TV and even my husband's Pilgrim candlesticks are holding food and smiling as though they have no care in the world.
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Before I get carried away, I think it may be wise to define some terms. Pilgrims and Puritans are often confused with one another, even by our nation's leaders.
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John Winthrop, not to be confused with William Bradford. Theologically speaking, the Puritans who came to America in and the Pilgrims in are very similar. Unsatisfied with the Anglican church and feeling the Reformation didn't go far enough in England, both wanted to 'purify' the Anglican church with Calvinist ideals.
Calvinists, besides having a dour view on humanity, viewed the Bible not the church hierarchy as the ultimate authority. Anglican bishops and priests were no better than their Catholic counterparts and the Puritans sought to rid the Church of England of the last vestiges of popery.
William Bradford, not to be confused with John Winthrop.
The Pilgrims who settled on Plymouth Rock, however, were more radical than their Puritan counterparts. While rejecting the more radical teachings of the Separatist minster Robert Browne, the Pilgrims felt the Anglican church couldn't be purified.
click here Instead, they separated from the church of England and placed control of church matters into the congregation's hands.