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Looking back over the course objectives for this course, what are yo.docx

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Looking back over the course objectives for this course, whatare you looking forward to learning more about throughout your education and career? HEALTHCARE ADMINISTRATION200 WORDSHIST - TWO PART POINT OF TOPIC DISCUSSION PART ONEPART ONE Original answer in college level SCHOLOARLY content. Properly cited, plagiarism freeDiscussion USING, book by Jeanette Keith, in the Introduction to the book The South, a Concise History, Vol. 1, provides three categories of themes that is seen as at work in the History of the American South? Religion, Liberty & race HINT – There is relevant content that can be revised and used
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to complete the original statement to the discussion which is the assignment, create an original post to the discussion?Using reading and only using the source on this topic, highlight and explain an example of the themeof RELIGION as it relates to thehistory of the south in complete, competent professionally well written scholarly content that stays relevant and on topic in 5-7 paragraphs.PART TWO – Respond to (3) comments in 1-5 sentences of relevant content, none beginning with “I Agree”!Bottom of Form1Top of Form· Discussion Response(1)
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When examining the History of the American South, there arethree key themes which repeatedly surface in this examination. An often overlooked theme in the development of southern history is religion. In order to understand the seriousness of religion in the American South, it is crucial to backtrack to 1517. In the years following Christopher Columbus's voyages, a monumental religious movement known as the Protestant Reformation occurred throughout Europe. This reformation caused large masses of people to at first question some of the teachings of the Catholicism; later many Christians adamantly rejected Catholicism and became who would later be known as Protestants. In the four major European powers of this time (England, Spain, France, and Portugal), Protestantism was most prominent in England while Catholicism remained prominent the nations of Spain, France, and Portugal. It is important to note that not every single person in England was protestant because there were sizable Catholic minorities who, generally speaking, later went into hiding or fled the country when Protestants came topower. Along the same lines, there were small groups of Protestants in Spain, France, and Portugal as well, but again, generally speaking, most people in Catholic-dominated countries tended to identify with Catholicism while a sizable amount of people in England tended to publicly identify with Protestantism.As Spanish and French colonization of the New World progressed, Jeanette Keith notes that both Catholic and
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Protestant groups realized the importance of establishing a presence in the New World. With Spain's presence in the Caribbean and in the southern portions of the new continent along with France's presence in the northern reaches (along with a presence in what is now Louisiana) of the New World, Protestants in England began to realize the seriousness of the problem of preserving and expanding the Protestant faith.
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