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“The Terror of the Lord”: Early American Clerics Interpret God’s Will
The earliest American sermons were largely delivered by the most erudite men in the Protestant colonies. These eminent divines were concentrated in the Massachusetts Bay Colony where their influence was unchallenged except by the occasional heretic such as Roger Williams or Anne Hutchinson. The first among these men of God arrived in the colonies, having been educated in England and reared in the Church of England from which they were dissenting. Subsequent generations were educated at Harvard and became, for...
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