Johnny Tremain

Does Johnny's village believe in the Bible and its teachings?

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Religion was a very important part of the characters' lives in the novel, Johnny Tremain. Certain rules, like gong to church and not working on the Sabbath were strictly adhered to by the people in the community. None-the-less, there was a distinct difference between the views of the younger generation and their elders. Example- Johnny worked on Hancock's basin, even after being forbidden by Mr. Lapham to do so.


Johnny Tremain

Yes Johnny's village believes in the Bible and its teaching. Religion is a very important character trait in Johnny Tremain.