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    1. Assignment 17: Puritan/Sinners Quiz Please read the following directions before taking the quiz

    2. Directions • Be sure to restate the question as part of your answer. Since some questions have more than one part, make sure you answer what is asked or only partial credit will be received. You must write in complete sentences.

    3. Questions 1-3(of 6) • In what year did the Puritans first settle in what is now the United States? • What were three common Puritan beliefs? • In “Sinners…,” is God angrier at sinners in hell or the sinners still living on earth? Why?

    4. Questions 1-3(of 6) • According to Jonathan Edwards, how long must people suffer the wrath of God? • Jonathan Edwards tells his listeners that God holds them over the fiery pit. What does Edwards compare this to and what figure of speech does he use to make this comparison? • How does Jonathan Edwards think that people can be saved from God’s wrath?