Young John Pynchon wrote down just what he heard as the minister spoke on Sundays in the first decade of Springfield, Massachusetts. His "short writing" notes, now decoded for the first time, virtually transport the reader back to the messages, concerns, and language of early years on the Connecticut River valley frontier.
Exercising neighborliness, living with hunger and poverty, parenting and youth, dealing with hypocrisy, facing spiritual struggles, handling relationships with non-Christian neighbors – those are just some of the themes in George Moxon’s “good and comfortable words” to his people.
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