The book talks about the Puritan's stereotype views of the Indians and how the only way to 'redeem' oneself if captured was by escape or by being freed. John and all but one of his children, Eunice, were “redeemed”. Eunice was adopted into an Indian family where she ended up growing up. Eunice's capture evaluates how this stereotype only increased Eunice's repulsion of how her father viewed the Indians, making her adopt their way of life and marry one of them and which is why she remained "unredeemed". She was called the "unredeemed captive" not because her farther did not try to get her away from her captives, but because of the fact that she did not want to go back home.
The Second Great Awakening, for example, greatly supported democratic ideals. The people involved with the Second Great Awakening told others that as long as they had good and strong faith, they would have control of their own fates. Charles G. Finney, one of the leaders of the Second Great Awakening even said, “Harlots, and drunkard, and infidels, and all sorts of abandoned characters, are awakened and converted” (Doc. B). Under the Second Great Awakening, everyone was equal.
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Marriage is, without dispute, one of the most significant forms of personal relationships. The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines marriage first as the state of being united to a person of the opposite sex as husband or wife in a consensual and contractual relationship recognized by law and second the state of being united to a person of the same sex in a relationship like that of a traditional marriage (2012). For a long time, marriage has been a foundation of social structure in societies around the world. Through this union, individuals can publicly express their love and commitment to each other. Also, this action recognizes legitimacy as a couple, publicly recognizing society’s approbation of the personal hopes, desires and aspirations that represent loving, committed, conjugal relationships.
Finally it is evident from many Gospels that Jesus treated women this the most upright respect and as his equals. He preached in the Court of Woman in the Jerusalem Temple. He also had women disciples in which stayed by his side whilst he was at the cross unlike the male disciples who ran away. This teaches that woman are equally as reliable as men in religion and so should be allowed to take on all roles. (ii) Others may disagree with my opinion because the Catholic domination teaches that although Jesus had women followers, he only chose men to be his 12 apostles.
The significance of marriage for the individual lies in its covenantal nature, the idea of selfless love, and a suitable environment for expression of sexuality. For the Christian community, marriage is important as it gives a proper basis for the formation of family, it acts a tool for uniting believers and calls couples to live in the spirit of Jesus through "agape". Christian marriage, as outlined initially in Hosea and Isaiah, is meant to be an image of God's love for his people; a "steadfast covenant" where marriage acts as a sort of divine contract rather than just a legal bond. As such, marriage becomes a sacred union or a lived sacrament. It is seen as a prophetic symbol of God's covenant with his people: "welling up as it does from the fountain of divine love and structured as it is on the model of His union with His Church."