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arrow against profane and promiscuous dancing

Increase Mather

arrow against profane and promiscuous dancing

drawn out of the quiver of the scriptures.

by Increase Mather

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Published by Printed by S. Green and are to be sold by Joseph Brunning in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dance -- Moral and religious aspects

  • Edition Notes

    Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich. : University Microfilms, 1956. -- 35 mm. -- (American culture series II, reel 50, no. 6)

    StatementBy the ministers of Christ at Boston in New England.
    SeriesAmerican culture series -- 50.6.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination30 p.
    Number of Pages30
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17482423M
    OCLC/WorldCa4657767

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Book Published Boston: Printed by Samuel Green, and are to be sold by Joseph Brunning, [i.e. ] Language English Variant Title Arrow against mixt dancing Arrow against profane and promiscuous dancing Description [2], 30 p. ; 15 cm (8vo) Notes. Caption title: An arrow against mixt dancing.

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out of town, whereupon Increase Mather wrote his Arrow against Profane and Promiscuous Dancing. He reissued it inwhen another vagabond, Francis Stepney, chose Lecture Day for his classes and otherwise defied the ministry, then fled town ahead of his creditors.

Who, however, ran the dancing-school inwhen Cotton Mather complained that. Just Dance An excerpt from Increase Mather’s essay, “An Arrow Against Profane and Promiscuous Dancing Drawn out of the Quiver of the Scriptures.” Now this [dancing] we affirm to be utterly unlawful, and that it cannot be tollerated in such a place as New-England, without great Sin The Design of Dancing is only to teach Children.

Now I am against Promiscuous Dancing, but not all mixed dancing I believe Promiscuous is interpret as sexual or mimicking a sexual act But Increase Mather is condemning ALL mixed dancing as Promiscuous and Profane, he also tries to show that most learned men that we esteem in church history side with him on ALL mixed dancing.

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An Arrow Against Profane and Promiscuous Dancing (). Samuel Sewall on the Trials of His Fifteen-Year-Old Daughter (). The Well-Ordered Family (). The Duty of Children Toward Their Parents ().

A Puritan Primer Warns Against Frivolous Author: John Hollitz.