Today's American Minute — "Praying Indians

John Eliot, "Praying Indians," King Philip's War, & a Wampanoag preacher, Rev. "Blind" Joe Amos - American Minute with Bill Federer

" King Philip's War "Praying Indians & a Wampanoag preacher John Eliot Rev. "Blind" Joe Amos - American Minute with Bill Federer

John Eliot, "Praying Indians," King Philip's War, & a Wampanoag preacher, Rev. "Blind" Joe Amos - American Minute with Bill Federer

A legend is that in 1646, Richard Bourne came upon a few hundred natives dancing and offering sacrifices, one of which was human.
Bourne lifted his arms and raised his voice, declaring “if you do not stop your horrible work I will call upon my God to visit his wrath upon you!”
Suddenly, a flash of lightning split the rock into pieces. Immediately following this, hundreds of Indians converted.
The rock, located near Bournedale, Massachusetts, is referred to as Sacrifice Rock or Chamber Rock

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