9780321332288

The Trial of Anne Hutchinson Liberty, Law, and Intolerance in Puritan New England: Reacting to the Past

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    9780321332288

  • ISBN10:

    0321332288

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2004-12-16
  • Publisher: W.W. Norton & Co

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By recreating one of the most tumultuous and significant episodes in early American history,The Trial of Anne Hutchinson: Liberty, Law, and Intolerance in Puritan New Englandillustrates the struggle between the followers and allies of John Winthrop, Governor of Massachusetts Bay Colony, and those of Anne Hutchinson, a strong-willed and brilliant religious dissenter. Part of the "Reacting to the Past" series, this text consists of elaborate games in which students are assigned roles, informed by classic texts, set in particular moments of intellectual and social ferment. The game unfolds amidst a controversy that pushed Massachusetts to the brink of collapse and spurred a larger historical process that led to religious freedom and the modern concept of separation of church and state.

Table of Contents

Sin and Salvation
1(4)
Introduction: The Trial of Anne Hutchinson
5(2)
Maps
7(2)
Map 1: Puritan Boston, 1637
7(1)
Map 2: Puritan New England
8(1)
The Game Itself
9(2)
The Game Premise: A Counterfactual Hypothesis
9(1)
Major Groups in the Game
9(1)
About the Trial
10(1)
Schedule of Classes
11(4)
Class 1 (Preparatory Session A): Introduction and Election of Winthrop
12(1)
Class 2 (Preparatory Session B): Discussion of Puritanism; Distribution of Roles
12(1)
Class 3 (Preparatory Session C)
13(1)
Class 4: Game Session #1
13(1)
Boston Church: Sermon and Papers
13(1)
General Court
14(1)
Class 5: Game Session #2 (as above)
14(1)
Class 6: Game Session #3 (as above)
14(1)
Class 7: Game Session #4 (as above)
14(1)
Class 8: Game Session #5 (as above)
15(1)
Class 9: Game Session #6
15(1)
Class 10: Post mortem Discussion
15(1)
Game Rules
15(3)
Oral Presentations
16(1)
Disclosure Requirement
16(1)
Secrecy Concerning Your Role
16(1)
Assignments and Grades
17(1)
Written Assignments
17(1)
Working As a Team
17(1)
Grades
17(1)
Historical Background
18(15)
Judaism and the Origins of Monotheism
18(1)
The Rise of Christianity
18(1)
Martin Luther and the Protestant Reformation
19(1)
The Protestant Reformation in England
20(1)
John Winthrop and the Origins of the Massachusetts Bay Colony
21(2)
The Difficult First Year in Massachusetts, 1630-1631
23(1)
The Growth of the Colony After 1631
23(2)
The Threat of Charter Revocation, 1634
25(1)
The General Court Banishes Roger Williams, 1635
25(1)
War with the Pequot Indians
26(1)
Beginnings of the Crisis with Anne Hutchinson, 1636
26(2)
Anne Hutchinson
26(2)
John Cotton
28(1)
Henry Vane and John Wheelwright Join the Dispute, 1635-1636
28(1)
Fast Day, January 1637
29(1)
Winthrop Defeats Vane as Governor, May 1637
30(1)
``The Churches Are On Fire,'' Summer 1637
30(31)
Wheelwright Banished, November 1637
31(1)
First Trial of Anne Hutchinson
31(1)
Was Hutchinson Guilty?
31(2)
Strategies for Thinking Like a Puritan
33(1)
Institutions of Massachusetts Puritanism
33(6)
The Truth of the Bible and Error
33(1)
The Massachusetts Government
34(1)
The General Court as a Legal Court
34(1)
Massachusetts Churches
34(1)
Church-State Relationship
34(1)
Puritanism and Women
35(1)
Liberty
35(1)
The Theology of Puritanism
36(1)
Assurance of Salvation
36(3)
Two Paths to Assurance of Salvation
39(3)
For the Person Who Follows Winthrop and the Orthodox Ministers
39(2)
For the Adherent of Anne Hutchinson's Views
41(1)
Pro and Con Arguments
42(4)
Winthrop and the Orthodox Ministers
42(1)
The Ministers' Own Words (Against Hutchinson)
43(1)
The Allies of Anne Hutchinson
44(1)
The Ministers' Own Words (in Support of Hutchinson)
45(1)
More Sources and a Warning
46(1)
Another Perspective
46(1)
Terms to Memorize
47(2)
Immigrants and Indeterminates
49(3)
Strategy Advisory: Persuading the Newcomers
49(1)
Questioning Immigrants Who Seek to Become Members of the Boston Church
49(3)
APPENDIX A: INTRODUCTION TO THE CHRISTIAN BIBLE
52(13)
The Bible, Puritanism, and You
52(1)
The Geneva Bible and the King James Bible
53(1)
The Old Testament
53(6)
The First Five Books
53(2)
The ``Historical Books''
55(1)
The ``Wisdom Books''
56(1)
Prophetic Books
57(2)
The New Testament
59(2)
The ``Gospels''
59(1)
The Acts of the Apostles
60(1)
Epistles
60(1)
Revelation
61(1)
On Preparing Prayers and Sermons
61(4)
APPENDIX B: PRIMARY DOCUMENTS
65(39)
The Examination of Mrs. Anne Hutchinson at the Court at Newton
65(21)
John Winthrop: ``A Model of Christian Charity''
86(3)
John Winthrop on Liberty (1645)
89(1)
John Winthrop and Henry Vane Debate the Immigration Order (1637)
90(3)
John Winthrop's Conversion Narrative (1637)
93(5)
Sample Conversion Narratives
98(6)
Nicholas Wyeth
98(3)
Francis Moore
101(2)
Brother Crackbone's Wife
103(1)
APPENDIX C: RECOMMENDED READING
104
General Interest
104(1)
Specialized Topics
104

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