History of American Christianity

History of American Christianity - 4 Reformation/Fallout 5...

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History of American Christianity Old lights/ new light Revivalism + Social Change Community leaders (some) Slaves – Shared religious experience (authority) Native Americans Frontier people Women 1733 – Molasses Act 1764 – Colonial Currency Act 1765 – Stamp Act 1767 – Townshend Act Committees of Correspondence Patriots – Calvinists / Puritans (New England) Loyalists - Anglicans Pacifists - Brethren Mennonites (Methodists) 4 Baptist Values Soul freedom Church freedom Bible freedom Religious freedom (“civil corollary”) Important Moments Contextual Matters of Europe 1. Colonies – Economic gain 2. American Revolution 1770’s 3. Expansive Frontier
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Unformatted text preview: 4. Reformation/Fallout 5. Conflict Ideas 1. Establishment of God’s kingdom 2. Manifest Destiny 3. Enlightenment – Locke-social contract/Jefferson-Individual thought 4. Experimentation vs. Tradition 5. Common sense People 1. Francis Asbury 2. Thomas Jefferson 3. Alexander Campbell 4. Barton Stone 5. Lorenzo Dow 6. Phoebe Palmer 7. Paul Cuffee 8. John Calvin 9. George Whitfield 10. Charles Finney Movements 1. Denominations a. Methodists b. Baptists c. Presbyterian d. Congregationalists e. Anglicans f. Episcopalian Others 1. New clerics/old clerics 2. the new becomes the old 3. Educational/Innovation...
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