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When ministers came to visit, she asked many questions and spoke openly of her struggles. The ministers 55 Anne Hutchinson/Colonial 4 1/16/01 6:22 AM Page 56 56 ANNE HUTCHINSON could not answer all of her questions, but they did not forget them. While she was under house arrest, many of her followers, called Hutchinsonians, were also questioned by the authorities. Some of them said that they no longer believed in the Covenant of Grace. Others had to appear before the court to be banished, fined, or lose their right to vote.
Anne’s baby would be born soon, so it was not easy for her to make a long journey on foot. There were no roads through the deep woods between Boston and Rhode Island, so they had no choice but to walk. Also, the warmth of spring had not come as they had expected and the weather was still cold and icy. It was so bad that the travelers stopped to spend a few days with some relatives who lived on a farm outside of Boston. They could not stay for long. The air was still chilly when they started again.
Hutchinson on Trial Scriptures. In one place, the Bible says for older women to instruct younger women. In the other place, it says that people who know a lot should teach those who do not know as much. Both Scriptures seemed to indicate that Anne Hutchinson’s meetings should not have been a problem. The court decided that the Scriptures did not give her the right to hold religious meetings in her home because she was not a minister. She disagreed and asked the court if her name needed to be written in the Bible for them to believe her meetings and her teaching were not a sin.
Anne Hutchinson: Religious Leader (Colonial Leaders) by Beth Clark