Early in his life Defoe was studying to become a (dissenting) minister. Later he also wrote the famous novel, Robinson Crusoe. This title, written as a dialogue (of over 400 pages), demonstrates why husbands and wives should be of the same religion with one another; and how to bring such ends about. It also contains an appendix concerning the necessity of taking none but religious servants, and a proposal for the better managing of servants. See also William Gouge's Of Domestical Duties (http://www.swrb.com/catalog/G.htm) for more information on this topic.
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