July 12, 2016
John Milton: Behind the Paradise Lost
John Milton was English poet with a strong view of his religious beliefs. He was disowned from his family when he changed from his original Catholic religion. He then went on to study and did well in his academics. He later on wrote pamphlets and articles on his view of religion and how churches should be more merciful with the rules for Christians to follow. He was known for his opinion being expressed boldly and not being afraid to say it to the world. Paradise Lost was his way of expressing his beliefs and hoping the world would understand and accept it. The following research paper will discuss the how Milton debuts his religious points in Paradise Lost.
One of the main points was the importance of God’s forgiveness is shown …show more content…
Adam pushed Raphael to tell him more but he tell Adam that God has protected him from knowing everything. Adam is still unsatisfied not knowing every detail that the Lord has created. God’s work of creation is never imaginable or attainable for human kind to understand.
Lastly, all Christians believe in the same God. Milton’s main point he wants to get across if for Christians to not get beaten down on the small things and to remember who we all worship at the end of the day. He wants the world to not be based on several types of religious beliefs, but to all realize who God is. At the beginning of the story, there was a war between God and Satan. Satan and his rebels free away from the lakes of Hell and make a plan to attack God and his believers. God learns of his upcoming actions and prepares his council to be ready for his attack. According to Duke University