A city upon a hill: Augustine, John Winthrop and the soul of the American experiment today
If we withhold our religious and moral beliefs from our political debates because ... and the future of the “city upon a hill” that John Winthrop imagined, and that we have inherited. We were made by God to receive love ourselves, and to show love ...
And just 10 years later, the ship that brought John Winthrop to the shores of New England carried ... no matter what their other beliefs or allegiances. Progressives who wanted to remove the federal government's liquor tax support joined his coalition ...
A Revolutionary Idea
So revolutionary ... always, were Winthrop and the other Puritans who first came to Massachusetts. Puritans fled to America in the 1600s because they were being persecuted in England for their hard-edged, Calvinist beliefs, and their rejection of the ...
Nominee's Wife Is A Feminist After Her Own Heart
In 1995 Jane Sullivan ... Winthrop Shaw Pittman. "But she is not a pro-life caricature. She would be more defined by how highly intelligent she is and how interested she is in other views." "She got out of the neighborhood," is how her younger brother ...
Overview of the first Puritans in Boston: Part one
Five years later, John Winthrop and 700 Puritans ... Shawmut Peninsula that same year. Winthrop and his people dubbed their new settlement "Boston" after his hometown in England on September 17, 1630. The Puritans were extremely pious people.