What Is Anne Hutchinson's Role In Religion Before The Great Awakening

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Religion before the Great Awakening was strictly based on class and social status. Most people in the colonies sat in different seats, and they were divided into sections. It was not until the Great Awakening that these different social groups of people started to mix. Women, for example were treated harsh in the Puritan churches. They were considered as subordinates of men, and they did not have any roles in churches. Anne Hutchinson was the exception to this trend within the Puritan community because she had her own sessions of religious meetings. Women were banned to speak in public churches in 1636 mainly because of Hutchinson. She was exiled from Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1637. Although Anne Hutchinson was exiled from Massachusetts Bay,

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