Ages of Faith, Reason, and Romantics

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Edwards, like many other Puritans, believed that "un-saved" persons "?are held in the hand of God, over the pit of hell" (Edwards 37). Puritan daily life was centered around their religion. Puritans wrote about interactions with the Native Americans, farming, weather, hunting, and other happenings in the settlements such as in Of Plymouth Plantation by William Bradford...
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The plain writings of the Age of Faith proved to be quite unusual to the readers of today. The writers of the Age of Faith wrote about religion because that was the center of their life and during the Age of Reason the Revolutionary War was the center of their lives. While the Revolutionary War was going on, so was the Age of Reason in American literature...
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