In the fall of 1620, 102 colonists sailed for the New World on a well known sea vessel known as the Mayflower. These Separatist Christians renounced the religious practices of the Church of England and believed that the Church of England was beyond redemption.
In 1630, another group would join the Separatists in the New World. This group is known as the Puritans. During the “Great Migration” of the 1630s, some 21,000 English settlers came to New England. This group made up:
- Entire families
When the Mayflower landed in 1620 and when the Puritans arrived in 1630, they brought their families and personal belongings—including the Geneva Bible. These new settlers were fleeing religious oppression and persecution. Today, as we celebrate our freedom we must remember that the freedom to worship and serve our God matters.
Unfortunately, many progressives who have an interest in leading America to the left with godless…