Abstract

Cotton Mather (1663–1728), New England's Puritan polymath, participated in a global academic network. In his immense commentary “Biblia Americana,” a significant untapped resource of American intellectual history, he evaluated early Enlightenment scholarship as he weighed in on such hotly debated issues as the creation story, Noah's flood, and the Mosaic miracles.

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