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wn up out of the ferment of religious dispute, and the inevitable cleavages of Puritan thought were determined broadly by the cleavages of political thought.
The thhe moderate party of Presbyterian reformers; whereupon there followed the real Puritan revolution which had been preparing since the days of Wyclif.
The Separatistscarried thither not only the wisdom of his beloved master Calvin but the whole Puritan theology to buttress his theses.
Good men were drawn to him irresistibly by hlight which shone to him was a divine torch, he proved himself thereby a sound Puritan if not a good Christian.
The native sweetness and humanity of Cotton's charst of wits, and doubtless the most delightful of companions over a respectable Puritan bottle.
I have only two Comforts to live upon, Increase Mather reported him aritable, the most open-minded, the most modern, amongst the notable company of Puritan emigrants — the sincerest Christian among many who sincerely desired to be Chr