Native American And Puritan Outlkook Analysis

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Comparing native American and puritan outlkooks Native American’s stories basically tell the origins of the world as they know it. For the Native Americans these stories were passed down orally, they did not keep written records of the stories. These oral stories are in some sense the Native American version of the Bible. It was a way of thinking and perceiving the world around them. It provided answers to why things happened the way they did and it gave. Puritans had their Bible which detailed their entire religion and held the answers to all possible questions. The Native Americans on the other hand relied on oral transmission of their theology. As a whole Native American culture is a thing of beauty, celebrating not only the physical

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