Which was an important value in Puritan society? A. education B. following the rituals of the Church of England C. equality between men and women D. religious toleration

Answer :

Quakers believed in the equality between men and women. An important value in Puritan society was to follow the rituals of the Church of England.
Puritans very strictly followed the teachings of the Anglican Church, so the answer is B. D is particularly incorrect; one would like to believe that some of America's first colonists believe in religious toleration, but they were very insistent that their way was the only way. They were bigots in that regard.

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