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6)which holiday or festival was it unlawful to celebrate ? for the section of the colonial laws of Massachusetts.
a) Easter b) Christmas c) new years day d) the winter solstice
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7) for which of these offense could a person be banished?
a) denying the immortality of the soul
b) attempting to subvert or destroy the christian faith
c) denying jesua Christ as a savior
d) refusing to baptize children
e) all of the above
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Sorry, I'm not an expert of American or religious history (but of European - especially Nordic - and World history).  So I strongly suggest that you direct this question to an expert of American history here. Good luck!


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Claes-Gustaf Nordquist, M.D.

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I have a long and intense interest in European and World History. This also includes Military History - especially as I have been a military physician-surgeon for 15 years. I`m also interested in the history of Science, Technology-Engineering, Medicine and Mathematics.

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A life long intense interest. But I'm not a professional historian - though the next best thing, an educated VERY interested amateur!

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I'm a Doctor of Medicine, specialist in Medical Oncology, Radiation Therapy and Radiation Protection. But that has no connection to this.
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