Among those who found a haven in the religious and political refuge of the Rhode Island Colony were Anne HutchinsonAnne HutchinsonShe believed that heaven was attainable to anyone who worshipped god directly, through a personal connection. Anne also preached that behavior, and therefore sin, did not affect whether someone went to heaven. These beliefs were in direct violation of Puritan doctrine. › colonial-america › anne-hutchinsonAnne Hutchinson – Early Life, Beliefs & Trial – HISTORY—like Williams, she had been exiled from Massachusetts for religious reasons—some of the first Jews to settle in North America, and the Quakers. ..

View Full Details

Related Searches

Related Videos

Rhode Island, Connecticut, and New Hampshire

Roger Williams: America's First Baptist (Religious Freedom in Colonial New England: Part II)

Eve LaPlante - Anne Hutchinson, Founding Mother, American Jezebel

25 The Story of Anne Hutchinson and the Founding of Rhode Island This Country of Ours, Part 3 H

Anne Hutchinson

ID Anne Hutchinson & Roger Williams

Write A Comment