Puritanism in seventeenth-century Massachusetts. Edited by David D. Hall.Series: American problem studiesPublication details: New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston Description: 122 p. port. 24 cmSubject(s): Puritans -- Massachusetts -- History -- 17th century | Massachusetts -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775DDC classification: 917.44/03/2 LOC classification: F67 | .H15 1968
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Includes bibliographical references.
Puritan spirituality and predestination, by P. Miller.--Puritans and the life of the mind, by S. E. Morison.--The conversion experience and church reform, by A. Simpson.--Economic interests and political conflict, by J. T. Adams.--The Massachusetts Bay Company and the people, by E. S. Morgan.--Puritanism as an antidemocratic ideology, by V. L. Parrington.--The Puritan concept of aristocracy, by B. K. Brown.--The sources of law in Massachusetts, by G. L. Haskins.--The rule of the priesthood, by B. Adams.--The church and state reconsidered, by A. B. Seidman.--The merchants and the Protestant ethic, by B. Bailyn.--A changing sense of sin, by H. W. Schneider.--The Half-Way Covenant reconsidered, by E. S. Morgan.--Local freedom and Puritan control, by D. B. Rutman.--Suggestions for additional reading (p. 119)