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(Note we had some tech diffuculties for the first few minutes...we got it straighten out at the 7 minutte mark - Thanks much) On this episode of Remnant X Radio we will take a look at the beginings of the American Church - We will be discussing the Puritans! Please check out our website @RemnantXRadio.com and send us a freind request on facebook! Thanks for listening!
On this episode of Remnant X Radio we will continue our discussion about the American church with another look at the Puritans - Please check out our website @RemnantXRadio.com and send us a friend request on facebook @RemnantXRadio ThePride!
On this episode of Remnant X Radio we will begin a journey of exaiming the American Church (the good - the bad - the ugly). We will begin with the foundation - The Puritans - Please check out our webiste @RemnantXRadio.com and send us a friend request on facebook @RemnantXRadio ThePride! Thanks for listening!
Are Pilgrims & Puritans the same? (THIS IS PART 2) Many people are unaware that these groups are different. Their differences were sometimes contentious, but as they came to the New World those differences began to complement each other. Together they became powerfully influence the birth of a NATION. "They came out of the same Biblical Christianity. The Puritans were, (and are today), politically engaged. They were committed to work within the world system and to change it.
Are Pilgrims & Puritans the same? Many people are unaware that these groups are different. Their differences were sometimes contentious, but as they came to the New World those differences began to complement each other. Together they became powerfully influence the birth of a NATION. "They came out of the same Biblical Christianity. The Puritans were, (and are today), politically engaged. They were committed to work within the world system and to change it. The Pilgrims were dubious
Purian expert Robert Charles Anderson talks about the Puritans, who came in the Great Migration from England to America between 1620 and 1640 and greatly influenced American traditions and government. He will explain who these people were, talk about the Great Migration Project which chronicles them, and tell us about his new book on the Winthrop Fleet coming out in August, as well as his upcoming tour in England.
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What are your thoughts about the Puritans? Do you believe that the Puritans owned slaves? Was Jonathan Edwards a Puritan? Did he own slaves and if so why would a Christian participate in the American Slave Trade?
Christian Rapper, Propaganda (www.humblebeast.com) relased a controversial song last year entitled "Precious Puritans" and it caused quite a stir among many Reformed Christians in the body of Christ. Was Prop's claims about the Puritans true?
Join us tonight as we talk to Dr. Richard Bailey as he chronicles the lives of the Puritans in New England.
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LIVE: THURSDAY, 6 June 2013 at 1:00pm EDT
This week on Fieldstone Common, Marian Pierre-Louis interviews Christopher Pagliuco, author of The Great Escape of Edward Whalley and William Goffe: Smuggled Through Connecticut.
When Puritans Edward Whalley and William Goffe joined the parliamentary army against King Charles I in the English civil wars, they seized an opportunity to overthrow a tyrant. Under their battlefield leadership, the army trounced the Royalist forces and then cut off the king's head. Yet when his son, Charles II, regained the throne, Whalley and Goffe were force to flee to the New England colonies aboard the ship Prudent Mary--never to see their families or England again. Even with the help of New England's Puritan elite, including Reverend John Davenport, they struggled to stay a step ahead of searches for their arrest in Boston, New Haven (where they hid out in Judges Cave) and the outpost of Hadley, Massachusetts. Forced to live as fugitives, these former major generals survived frontier adventures in seventeenth-century New England. Author Christopher Pagliuco reveals the all-but-forgotten stories of these Connecticut heroes.
Chris Pagliuco is a freelance writer who specializes in seventeenth-century colonial history. His interest in the regicides originated in his graduate studies in history at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut. He teaches high school history in Madison, Connecticut and serves as town historian in Essex, Connecticut and on the editorial team of Connecticut Explored, a quarterly history publication. He lives with his wife, two daughters, and two dogs in Ivoryton, Connecticut.
For more details and upcoming schedule see: http://www.FieldstoneCommon.com
This program will catalog the warnings that 17th Century Puritans were giving to Theologians in America and in the British Isles concerning the new radical ideas of absolute religious toleration coming from Roger Williams. These ideas have created disatorous effects.
LIVE: THURSDAY, 28 March 2013 at 1:00pm EDT
This week on Fieldstone Common, Marian Pierre-Louis interviews Prof. Ava Chamberlain, author of The Notorious Elizabeth Tuttle: Marriage, Murder, and Madness in the Family of Jonathan Edwards.
Who was Elizabeth Tuttle?
In most histories, she is a footnote, a blip. At best, she is a minor villain in the story of Jonathan Edwards, perhaps the greatest American theologian of the colonial era. Many historians consider Jonathan Edwards a theological genius, wildly ahead of his time, a Puritan hero. Elizabeth Tuttle was Edwards’s “crazy grandmother,” the one whose madness and adultery drove his despairing grandfather to divorce.
In this compelling and meticulously researched work of micro-history, Ava Chamberlain unearths a fuller history of Elizabeth Tuttle. It is a violent and tragic story in which anxious patriarchs struggle to govern their households, unruly women disobey their husbands, mental illness tears families apart, and loved ones die sudden deaths. Through the lens of Elizabeth Tuttle, Chamberlain re-examines the common narrative of Jonathan Edwards’s ancestry, giving his long-ignored paternal grandmother a voice.
The Notorious Elizabeth Tuttle not only brings to light the tragic story of an ordinary woman living in early New England, it also explores the deeper tension between the ideal of Puritan family life and its messy reality, complicating the way America has thought about its Puritan past.
Ava Chamberlain is Associate Professor of Religion at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio. She is the editor of The “Miscellanies,” Nos. 501-832, vol. 18 of The Works of Jonathan Edwards.
For more details and upcoming schedule see: http://www.FieldstoneCommon.com
What is Constantine’s role in this history? Did Constantine actually “create” Christmas? And is Christmas a Roman Catholic invention? Did Paganism enter into the Church through the celebration of Christmas? Why did the Puritans ban Christmas in England and in Boston Massachussetts? Did they ban this celebration because they believed the birth of Jesus was pagan or were there other factors involved? Is December 25th pagn, or did the Church have other reasons for picking this
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