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This was the state of religion in Huck’s society. It was a meaningless fraud and a lie. The pastors preached about “brotherly love” (183), yet their lives were filled with prejudice. Sermons did not address current social issues, but only took “stock in dead people” (109) and dry doctrine. Religion was working no authentic inward change in people; it cared more about making altar calls instead of true conversions.
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Others would seem outrageous today. Puritanism was founded on the principles and beliefs of John Calvin, and one of the major ideals they focused on was the doctrine of predestination. Calvin believed that the grace of God was the ticket into Heaven and that his grace could not be earned. God's grace was bestowed upon a select few regardless of what they did to earn it. This ‘ doctrine' stated that God determines a mans' destiny, whether it be redemption or condemnation, regardless of any worth or merit on the person's part.
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Laud went wrong when he tried to make church services more about doctrine and sacraments, and sought to make freewill the official doctrine of the Church. He did not stop there. He ordered that alters should be re-sited from the central places in churches to the east end of churches across the country. This essay will discuss Laud’s Arminian doctrines and his misjudgement of England’s religious mood, which led to his downfall and to the civil war. Laud’s New Religious Policies for the Church of England.