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Wed, May. 23rd, 2007, 10:29 pm
Friends Only!

Comment to be added, if you REALLY want to put up with me. Made by the most def fabu _howmuchlonger_!

Thu, May. 24th, 2007 08:10 am (UTC)

Please add me! And it wouldn't be putting up with you....I like knowing what is going on for my friend "across the pond"!

Thu, May. 24th, 2007 08:11 am (UTC)

Though as I am already friended, that post wasn't really that important...so I guess it's really "don't un-friend me!"

Fri, May. 25th, 2007 04:53 pm (UTC)

Yeah, this is for other people who haven't yet been friended. I know my journal is already friends only, and junk, but it needed a new image ;)

Thu, May. 24th, 2007 04:24 pm (UTC)
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Fri, May. 25th, 2007 04:53 pm (UTC)

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Sat, Mar. 29th, 2008 08:35 pm (UTC)

can i be added?

Sat, Mar. 29th, 2008 09:10 pm (UTC)

For cereal.

Wed, Sep. 10th, 2008 04:20 am (UTC)
jadedofmara: Just Stopping By to Say...

I left christianity for my sanity, so I can't leave a comment, but I wanted to let you know of it anyway, since Puritans are very important to my theological traditions and convictions. I hope you don't mind. :)

I recommend two works. The first is a proper, but easy, book -- J.I. Packer's "The Quest for Godliness", and the second is this brief essay on what a Puritan is. Technically, it should be available online, though I couldn't find it, but I would also want to recommend William Bradshaw's "English Puritanism" (also translated by William Ames from the Latin).

Puritanism cannot be divorced from the Protestant Reformation as it simply was, in its most basic form, the English branch of the Protestant Reformation. Look to the Reformed (not Lutheran or Arminian) churches on the continent during the Reformation, and you will have the roots of Puritanism, since the first Puritans were those who came back to England, out of exile, after Bloody Mary's death.

Edited to add: P.S. I like your friends only banner -- it made me laugh

ETA (again -- sorry!): You asked about the Salem Witch Trials... It should be mentioned that New England Puritanism is... a problem. Mostly because it was isolated geographically, and so this created different circumstances.

Edited at 2008-09-10 04:24 am (UTC)

Wed, Sep. 10th, 2008 04:35 am (UTC)
simpleplan222: Re: Just Stopping By to Say...

Thanks so much for the info! I understand leaving the community...it gets super super legalistic and ridiculous over there. =/

Do you speak German? :3

Wed, Sep. 10th, 2008 03:23 pm (UTC)
jadedofmara: Re: Just Stopping By to Say...

Thanks so much for the info!

No worries! If you want to read more about what the Puritans (English) wrote of themselves, there're a lot of resources on Google Books. The scans are probably harder to read than understanding the works themselves, just to warn you. After high school, I went to state schools, and no one really has anything good to say about the Puritans outside of the Church, so it was a while before I could get over my distrust of them to appreciate their theology properly. So give them a chance, even if you ultimately don't agree with their theology!

Do you speak German? :3

A wee bit. :) I can read children's books. My parents are from Europe, and it was my first language, but by now I've lost a good bit of it. :( I prefer speaking Swiss German, though, whenever possible.

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