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Foundation: 1790 1830 Separation between church and state, public and private life, room for revivalism Circuit riding Voluntary associations Mobilization of protestant denominations The movement Religious renewal Revivals: mass meeting where religious speaker tried to bring audience to convert to Christianity and moral societal reform Emphasis: theological perspective, temperance, obolition Salvation God in daily life Skeptical rationalism Cane Ridge. Revival meeting: camp-like setting. Result: new evangelicalism Preponderance of women Religious enthusiasm Black preachers Religious fervor Conclusion Second great awakening brought better understanding of Christianity across US Emphasis placed on religion New view on convent with God Judith Sergeant Murray Background Educated at home, born in Massachusetts Late 1700, her most famous works were published, 1 st women to do so. Schools: accepted mainly males. Concerns about the edu of mothers began to grow Murray supported higher level of edu for women Murray’: published essay that men and women are equal, women can also go to school, earn their own living, establish roles in society. Respond
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This note was uploaded on 01/14/2010 for the course IIYTD 2A taught by Professor T during the Spring '09 term at St. Catherine.

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