The Puritans viewed themselves as God's special people, replacing national Israel. Nowhere do the dangers of this assumption become more clear than in the Puritans' treatment of the native Americans. Since the Puritans considered themselves God's chosen people, they concluded that they had the right to take the land from the heathen Indians. The American Indians were the "new Canaanites" in America's "Promised Land." The fruit of Puritan theology was brutal. They saw their mission as convert these "Canaanites" to Christianity; failing that, it was acceptable to slaughter them in the name of Christ.
I am going to tell you my exterience with Christian church that I grew up in, from age seven till I was about fifty. Arrested and beaten up in churches, prosecuted in court by the State of Florida.
People of today are not not learned in prehistory of civilized human beings, and instead have drifted off into vacuous monotheism unnatural and uncivilized church.
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