The Puritans’ belief in their purpose gave them dignity and purpose, writes David Brooks. “Christian at the Cross” is a detail from an 1850s panorama illustrating “Pilgrim’s Progress,” the allegorical bestseller that helped shape American attitudes.
The Puritans’ belief in their purpose gave them dignity and purpose, writes David Brooks. “Christian at the Cross” is a detail from an 1850s panorama illustrating “Pilgrim’s Progress,” the allegorical bestseller that helped shape American attitudes. MONTCLAIR ART MUSEUM
The Puritans’ belief in their purpose gave them dignity and purpose, writes David Brooks. “Christian at the Cross” is a detail from an 1850s panorama illustrating “Pilgrim’s Progress,” the allegorical bestseller that helped shape American attitudes. MONTCLAIR ART MUSEUM