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Transcribing the Hartford Sermon Notebook has been both a personal and an intellectual odyssey. From the beginning, the scope of the project seemed to grow increasingly more daunting. The author believes that transcription of the Hartford Sermon Notebook is very accurate. Every sermon was examined at least four times, and several received even more attention, due mainly to challenges with the paleography. In this conclusory chapter, the author explores the importance and appearance of the covenant in the Hartford Sermon Notebook, since the covenant was one of the most important elements of Puritan theology. Redemption or &t;salvation, &t; the final and eternal union with Christ, and the ultimate goal of the Puritan, was at least as important to the ministers of Hartford as conversion.

Keywords: Hartford Sermon Notebook; transcription



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