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 New England Primer

I wanted to post this; segments from the New England Primer. First printed in Boston 1690, the Primer was used as a textbook to teach children how to read and write, and was reprinted in the 18th and 19th century as early public school literature. I wanted to post this to show the terrible contrast between education then and now, to show us how far our generation has fallen from godliness and righteousness:

[img]http://www.gettysburg.edu/~tshannon/his341/nep05_12.jpg[/img]

This gives a taste of how young people were raised about 200 years ago. No wonder our generation is so ungodly. We are being taught nothing of heaven, nothing of God. This little book is precious. Find the whole Primer here.

[i]taken from:
http://timothyministry.blogspot.com/2005/12/new-england-primer.html [/i]


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