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This galaxy of evil obsessed the Puritan psyche (see next chapter). "I believe that never was a poor plantation more pursued by the wrath of the devil than our poor New England" (W 74). If we now think the reaction to Mary Dyer was overwrought, we must remember that her foes saw her backed by the tremendous power Mary Dyer Must Die | 33 of the devils prompting her. Only that can explain the way people felt that they had to kill her in self-defense, before she killed their spiritual condition. " As the Bay Colony magistrates put it: The Quakers died not because [of] their other crimes, however capital, but upon their superadded presumptuous and incorrigible contempt of authority, breaking in upon us notwithstanding their sentence of banishment made known to them.
The early Protestants had to defend this rupture by a constant defining of their differences from the past. And this centrality of Rome in their thinking was echoed and emphasized by the importance of Rome to the future. T h e Apocalypse was as much defined by the defeat of the papacy as was the Reformation itself. "45 As such, Rome and the pope were the leading figures in Revelation. They were the Beast from the Abyss, the Scarlet Woman, the animal with seven heads (for the seven hills of Rome), or the Great Babylon.
All his eggs were in that basket. Reading Scripture properly meant, for N e w England, seeing the importance of that dark kingdom and the even greater importance of its overthrow. 46 Peter Lake claims that papalism was so central to the psyche of Puritans that they needed it for self-definition: Certainly to many, if not most, educated Protestant English people of the period popery was an anti-religion, a perfectly symmetrical negative image of true Christianity. Anti-Christ was an agent of Satan, sent into the Church to corrupt and take it over from within Since the Protestant analysis of popish anti-Christianity proceeded through a series of binary j2 | HEAD AND HEART oppositions, every negative characteristic imputed to Rome implied a positive cultural, political, or religious value which Protestants claimed as their own exclusive property.
Atlantide by Richard Ellis