anonymous
  • anonymous
what was John Winthrop’s goal?
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GenTorr
  • GenTorr
They set sail from England with a dream. Their new nation would be a guiding light. It would be an example for the whole world. John Winthrop spoke of a 'City Upon A Hill'. This was the Puritan vision for America. And it continues to this day. It will be a service to the Church of great consequence to carry the Gospel into those parts of the world...& to raise a Bulwark against the kingdom of AntiChrist w[hi]ch the Jesuits labour to reare up in those parts. Hope this helped:)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thannk you So mucch it Helped a whole lot...

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