I am a Puritan Farmer in the year 1640, living in Massachusetts. As a Puritan, I believe in
God. Our god is very merciful, but will bring hell upon those who do not fulfill and keep his
covenant. Our individual reason for existence is to live in accordance with God’s will, and keep his
covenant. In return God will grant us saving grace. The Church takes part if my everyday life, it
reflects on people's social standings, and is extremely necessary in our lives. The need for
education mainly directed for our children. They need to understand the scriptures, know right
from wrong, and how to not be resistant to God. Our government is very simple, the higher
authority you have in the Church transfers over to your authority in the government. With that
being said, I am just a farmer so I have no role in the government. Our society is always improving
and that is due to all of us Puritans. We always advise one another to stay with God and remind
people to correct themselves when sinning, to keep our society as holy as possible.
I am a Baptist Seaman in the year 1740, living in Rhode Island. I also believe in God, as a
Baptist. Our God is also merciful, but unlike the farmer, God will forgive our sins if we truly ask for
his forgiveness. Our reason for existence was to open our heart to the Divine Spirit and to have a
highly trained intellect, this goes with the fact it is the Great Awakening. Our lives revolve around ...