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Essay Exam Its easy to tell the difference from right and wrong Its just like telling the difference between dark and light But what if you grew up in the dark not knowing there was a light then youd only think in one direction A long habit of not thinking a thing wrong gives it a superficial appearance of being right Society usually thinks in one way only the intelligent and gifted few can think outside of the box outside of how society views the world They follow their hearts to decide what is right and wrong They come from the dark but are able to see the light One of the intelligent and gifted few is Jonathan Edwards who wrote Sinners In The Hands Of An Angry God In this writing he talks about how men are sinners and how they need to start living their lives according to the bible Sin was always a big issue for the puritans because they believed that men were born sinners In his Sinners In The Hands Of An Angry God he mentions their foot shall slide in due time meaning that men stand on slippery ground He describes of the sinner as a loathsome spider suspended by a slender thread over a pit of seething brimstone And that there is no fortress that is any defense against the power of god Meaning that you cannot escape God no matter what you do and that helped awaken the people of the evil things they do The Colonial Era had views such as that They lived their lives as well as they can but they were doing something wrong They were being hypocrites They didnt exactly follow through what a good Christian should do They showed discrimination against other backgrounds they used suspicion as means of law an example would be witch craft trials This train of thought later changed
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