Sovereignty And Goodness Of God Study Guides

  • The Sovereignty and Goodness of God


    In 1675, Mary Rowlandson and her children are captured by a group of Native Americans after an attack on her settlement. The Sovereignty and Goodness of God was written after she was released and recounts her time in captivity. Although the time she spends kidnapped makes her question her true nature and the dividing line between what she considers "civilized" and "savage," what remains constant to her is the will and intent of God. Through her struggles, Mary believes that whatever happens is part of God's plan.