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eBook Ornaments for the Daughters of Zion ePub

by Cotton Mather

  • ISBN: 0820113115
  • Subcategory: Spirituality
  • Author: Cotton Mather
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Scholars Facsimilies & Reprint (June 1, 1978)
  • Pages: 116
  • ePub book: 1790 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1851 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3
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Author of more than 450 books and pamphlets, Cotton Mather's ubiquitous literary works made him one of the most influential religious leaders in America.

Noran Miss Pumkin rated it liked it Nov 29, 2008. Author of more than 450 books and pamphlets, Cotton Mather's ubiquitous literary works made him one of the most influential religious leaders in America. Mather set the nation's "moral tone," and sounded the call for second and third generation Puritans, whose parents had left England for the New England colonies of North America to return to the theological roots of Puritanism. Books by Cotton Mather

Cotton Mather, Ornaments for the Daughters of Zion (Boston, 1692).

Cotton Mather, Ornaments for the Daughters of Zion (Boston, 1692). 3. Sacvan Bercovitch, ‘‘Nehemias Americanus : Cotton Mather and the Concept of the Representative American’, Early American Literature 8:3 (1974), pp. 220–38. 4. Cotton Mather, A New Offer to the Lovers of Religion and Learning (Boston, 1714).

Manuductio ad Ministerium. Ornaments for the Daughters of Zion. In all, Cotton Mather published more than 450 titles on virtually every subject of significance at the time. He owned the largest private library in the English colonies of North America and left behind in manuscript form several major works that only recently have begun to appear in print.

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Cotton Mather /ˈmæðər/ FRS (February 12, 1663 – February 13, 1728; . 1678, Harvard College; . 1681, honorary doctorate 1710, University of Glasgow) was a New England Puritan minister, prolific author, and pamphleteer.

In Ornaments for the Daughters of Zion, Mather wrote about how he thought women should act in the colonial times. He gave very specific requirements of what women had to do to be thought of as proper wives, which included reading the Bible and obeying her husband. And if a woman acted out of line or displeased her husband, she was expected to take beatings without complaint. Bancroft quotes Mather, Intercession had been made by Cotton Mather for the advancement of William Stoughton, a man of cold affections, proud, self-willed and covetous of distinction.

Cotton Mather was a Puritan minister, a scholar and an author

Cotton Mather was a Puritan minister, a scholar and an author. He was the eldest child of Increase Mather and Maria Cotton, and was born on February 12, 1663. He was named after his two grandfathers who were also known for being strong leaders of the Puritan dynasty, John Cotton and Richard Matter. His other written works include Bonifacius (1710), Wonders of the Invisible World (1693), Pillars of Salt (1699), Ornaments of the Daughters of Zion (1692), The Negro Christianized (1706), and The Biblia Americana which he did not finish before he died. The Biblia Americana which he started writing in 1693 discussed his own thoughts and about the Bible.

Elegy By the Reverend Cotton Mather On the Death of the Reverend Nathaniel Collins 9, 10.

An Essay Upon the Good Education of Children, &c. Elegy By the Reverend Cotton Mather On the Death of the Reverend Nathaniel Collins 9, 10. Narratives of the Indian Wars, 1675-1699.

Bancroft quotes Mather, Intercession had been made by Cotton Mather for the advancement of William Stoughton .

Bancroft quotes Mather, Intercession had been made by Cotton Mather for the advancement of William Stoughton, a man of cold affections, proud, self-willed and covetous of distinction.

A discourse by the Puritan preacher directs women in expressing their fear of God in all aspects of their lives to obtain happiness in both this world and the next.