By Milton C. Sernett
initially released in 1985, this increased moment version contains new resources on girls, African missions, and the nice Migration. Milton C. Sernett presents a normal creation in addition to old context and remark for every document.
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Mary, and spread through almost every other district of the island, an old Koromantyn negro, the chief instigator and oracle of the insurgents in that parish, who had administered the Fetish or solemn oath to the conspirators, and furnished them with a magical preparation which was to render them invulnerable, was fortunately apprehended, convicted, and hung up with all his feathers and magical implements about him; and his execution struck the insurgents with a general panic, from which they never afterwards recovered.
That the carnal mind is not subject to the law of God, neither indeed can be. And that all mankind were under the wrath and curse of God, and must have been for ever miserable, if they had been left to suffer what their sins deserved. It tells us that God, to save some of mankind, sent his Son into this world to die, in the room and stead of sinners; and that now God can save from eternal misery all that believe in his Son, and take him for their Saviour; and that all are called upon to repent, and believe in Jesus Christ.
The historian is left with the problem of writing the history of religion for this period not in terms of transplanted European beliefs but according to the legacy of the African diaspora. The Christianization and acculturation of the slaves was an intergenerational process. [October 20, 1709] As for the Spiritual State of my Parish this is the Account I can give of it for the present. The extent of it is 20 Miles in length, and from 7 to 14 in breadth. Number of families 80, of the Church of England.