Reverend Hunt's first attempt to convert a Virginia Native(Nomontock) into a Chistan.
No, there is only one God!
Let me tell you about our one and only God our Lord and Savor.
No, there are as many as the stars!
Yes there is!
Wow, What a debate!
Samuel I want you to always remember what I have taught you and what I'm about to say.I want you to know, that even after I'm gone, that you won't always be a servant, you will do many great things Iyour life.
Now, let me tell you of our many gods.
Reverend Hunt's last words to Samuel the day before he died.
He can't be serious, can he?
Can I get you any thing?
This picture shows Reverend Hunt's first attempt at trying to convert a Virginia Native (Nomontock) to Christianity, and was a lot harder than he had anticipated it to be. It defiantly helped him gain patience and perseverance.
In this particular part Samuel and Richard(Reverend Hunt's servant) are in Reverend Hunt's cabin and he has gotten ill and is dyeing. So, Samuel has gone to see if he needs any thing, and Reverend Hunt tells him that he won't always be a servant. He is showing that her cares about what happeneds to Samuel after he dies. It shows that he has compassion for Samuel.