161076 10학년 양윤석 After a hundred years after Columbus’s momentous landfall, figure of the New world had already been conspicuously transformed. However, north of Mexico, America in 1600 remained largely unexplored and effectively unclaimed by Europeans. England was one of the country which enlarged its power on America during 1600s. Waves of Puritan immigrants arrived in the region of New England, and they started to form a new atmosphere. However, the biggest difference with the Chesapeake region’s inhabitants was that the Puritans didn’t aim primarily for economic benefit or trade.
The value of Listening, (prologue) is also in the Rule. Being able to listen to others and their opinions can help with the way you see life and how you treat others. The value of Community, (chapter 72) allows individuals to come together and get along well with others. St Benedict was a Christian man who was born in 480CE in Norcia, Italy along with his twin sister Scholastica. Benedict and Scholastica were both raised into a wealthy family and received very
Throughout history, religion has played an important role in the lives of the English settlers; many people believed in different religions, and this has caused problems within the New World colonies. Religion was strictly enforced, and punished according to your beliefs. When the English settlers decided to set sail to find refuge from the religious restriction, they were hopeful for a new life. People did not want to stay somewhere where they did not believe in the religion that was practiced, for it was punishable by death. The Colonists suffered many hardships; Britain was a Catholic community at the time, and the settlers that moved to America were Protestant.
Religion played an immense part in the colonies, socially, economically and politically. In the colonies there was a lot of event the took place relating to religion and how things where being enforced within that colonies. Religion influence the trades, communication, and social hierarchy, mainly one religion would be in control of a place for instance, The Dutch was in control of the Netherlands and was ruling it under Christianity. Socially religion played a tremendous part because In new Netherland there was lots of people emigrating and tried to fit into what was already assembled. Even through the diverse population in the New Netherlands, The Dutch prided themselves being uniquely tolerant in religion.
However, Las Casas felt that the Natives should be treated equally, since he believed Jesus died for the Natives just like he died for the Europeans. He noted their sophisticated, very well-developed societies. When Europeans came into contact with Native Americans, they tried to spread Christianity and force Natives to convert to their religion. This is because people who sided with Sepúlveda felt that their religion was superior and wouldn’t ever fathom that they could adopt any of the Natives’ religions. Places in the “new world” that were under Spanish rule often were exceedingly religiously intolerant.
This idea allowed for the people to make decisions that they thought were best for them without the fear of religion getting in the way. Many rationalists like Benjamin Franklin were very outspoken on how they wanted the people to be able to try different things and see how they would benefit them. This helped make our country into what it is today. A place where all ideas are able to flow and try and benefit all people of all creeds. In conclusion, the colonial era was a time of great literate prosperity with multiple ideologies flourishing.
"And in the end it 's not the years in your life that count. It 's the life in your years. "(Abraham Lincoln) The words of Abraham Lincoln describe the accomplishments by the Baby Boomers perfectly and implies that it’s the accomplishments in life that matter the most. The Baby Boom drastically changed Canadian society forever. The Baby Boom was an epoch after World War 2 where there was a massive increase in birth rate.
People were under controlled of the Church and should obey them. Around 12th centuries, the cities growth. More and more people became wealthy because trading. Their successes made them believe that they have personal values and strength. Patrons, the wealthy, hired and supported artists.
In the 1800’s Manifest Destiny became a widely-held belief among settlers, their mentality was that they were destined to expand across North America pushing the natives out of their land. This attitude among western settlers fueled the removal of Native Americans and war with Mexico. The thinking of some of these settlers was both inevitable and justified by their God to expand and take more land with no limit. Geographically speaking, modern day America is the result of this “Manifest Destiny”. This was also happening around the time the United States experienced its second “Great Awakening”, which was another protestant religious revival movement happening in the early 19th century.