|Bibliography, etc. Note:
|| Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:
|| Evidence of grace -- Congregations : masculine form and reluctant women in puritan testimony -- Praying towns : conversion, empirical desire, and the Indian soul -- Death beads: tokenography and the science of dying well -- Witchcraft trials : the death of the devil and the specter of hypocrisy in 1692 -- Revivals : evangelical enlightenment -- Conversion in America.
|| Rivett challenges notions of Puritan provincialism as antithetical to the Enlightenment and demonstrates that, instead, empiricism and natural philosophy combined with Puritanism to transform the scope of the religious activity in colonial New England from the 1630s to the Great Awakening of the 1740s.
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|| Print version record.