Jamie Cawley has always been interested in beliefs. He specialised in developing new products but moved with his wife to China for her job, giving him time to write. Beliefs comes from forty years of independently studying religion and ideology. Beliefs : and the world they have created. Jamie Cawley. All have over million followers and the full structure of faith-determined behavioural guidance.
White, Sand and Ochre 1960-1
Oil on canvas
support: 1600 x 1727 mm
Purchased 1961© The estate of William Scott
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The Puritans, Sex, and Pleasure -- By: Daniel Doriani
Dark Side of the Puritan Ethic - Humanism by Joseph C. Sommer
Christian Perspectives on Sexuality and Gender. Elizabeth Stuart , Adrian Thatcher. Christian Perspectives on Sexuality and Gender is a collection of important, challenging and creative articles. Originally published separately in different journals they are offered here for the first time to a wider audience. The writers represent a variety of Christian and one non-Christian responses to issues such as: sexuality and the Christian tradition; sexuality and gender; power and relation; marriage; sexuality and spirituality; love; gay and lesbian sexuality; the body; sexuality and love; sexuality and violence; sexuality and singleness and the family.
Dark Side of the Puritan Ethic
The 17 th century puritan-led governments also opposed the extension of science and promoted hysteria about witchcraft:. From Samuel Butler's - Hudibras first published in It was not a reign of terror - all pleasures were not stopped but the promotion of moral panic by public and ecclesiastical authorities brought about the suppression of good cheer and its replacement with a dour, prejudged world of sins to be avoided and expunged.
The Puritans had barely arrived in the Massachusetts Bay Colony when they banned gambling. And then they banned a lot of other things. It is … ordered that all persons whatsoever that have cards, dice or tables in their houses, shall make away with them before the next court under pain of punishment. More social control soon followed. They banned fancy clothing, living with Indians and smoking in public.