Evolution of Human Sin
History of Corruption
Puritans had believed in witchcraft and had seen it as the devil working with women. The Puritans had always seen themselves as "God's chosen people", and by being convinced of the devils work in these women, they were being tested. They had interpreted many natural events or just anything bad that would happen constantly. The Puritans were especially suspicious of any and all outsiders, such as the Indians, European settlers of different faiths, people who were eccentric, poor, deformed, or sickly. Ministers had accused females and would use Eve as evidence as to why women could not be trusted. Original sin is the foundation of why women are hung for being accused in practicing witchcraft. In conclusion, original sin is defined as the era of Adam and Eve and the Puritans used this to justify what they did.
Those accused of witch craft were hung, as shown in this picture.
Map of Salem, shows an estimated number of how many were accused of and how many were the assusers.
Infinity of Sins
The picture is a symbol of the story of Adam and Eve, otherwise known as the the beginning to human sin.