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What are expectations and limits of puritan women

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  1. 1 October, 16:15
    "They have in-place a hierarchal system; women served as secondary subjects to their husbands. • In some extreme cases women were viewed intellectually beneath male-children. • Despite the fact everyone is stained with original sin, women carry a heavier burden due to the depiction of Eve’s actions in the Garden of Eden from the Old Testament. Her actions were a corruption extended to all women. • As of 1636 colonial Puritan women officially could not speak in church. They had to be silent throughout the service. • Furthermore, women could not lead discussion on matters of theology-except in cases of all-female prayer groups."
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