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The Puritans of Massachusetts believed (check all that apply):

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The Puritans of Massachusetts believed (check all that apply):

A. saw no important differences between civil and religious crimes.

B did not see education as important or necessary.

C. Puritan leaders showed toleration by allowing dissenters to debate within the church.

D. no real religious freedom was practiced among the Puritans.

E. magistrates administered laws of the colony and rules of the church.

Answer:

C. Puritan leaders showed toleration by allowing dissenters to debate within the church.

E. magistrates administered laws of the colony and rules of the church.

Explanation:

The Puritans of Massachusetts a showed tolerance to non-believers by giving them a chance to debate within the church which caused rowdiness and commotion in the church.

They also allowed magistrates to administer both the laws of the colony and rules of the church.

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Prof. Sam Boehm II
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