Sinners in the hands of an angry god imagery quotes


I’ll put up the pictures of the questions, I’ve answered some but I’m really not sure if they are correct, as my English not that well.
All answers will be in the picture
Question 1: Match each term to its correct definition
Question 2: Match each of the following Puritan values with the quote that best demonstrates that value
Question 3: Looking at these two quotes from “Of Plymouth Plantation” what can the reader infer about the pilgrims who came over on the Mayflower?
Question 4: A student, Suzy, is writing an essay of the theme found in “Of Plymouth Plantation” She thinks the theme is: Those who are just pious can expect God’s mercy, those who are unjust cannot. Which of the following quotes could she use to support her ideas?
Question 5: Which if the following quotes from “A Model of Christian Charity” does not contain an allusion to stories or events in the Bible?
Question 6: What effect might the use of biblical allusions have had on those who were listening to John Winthrop’s sermon “A Model of Christian Charity”
Question 7: What is the purpose of these lines from the poem “Upon the Burning of Our House”
Raise up thy thoughts above the sky
That dunghill mists away may fly.
Thou hast an house on high erect
Farmed by that mighty architect
With glory richly furnished,
Stands permanent though this be fled.
Question 8: Which of the following quotes from “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God” does not contain an example of imagery?
Question 9: What connotations would these lines have invoked in the listener of Edward’s sermon “Sinners in the Hands I’d an Angry God” choose two

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