Great Awakening

Great Awakening - Abolitionism (no slavery) Prison reform...

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Great Awakening
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In Response to Puritan belief in predestination Strictness
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Preachers Jonathan Edwards George Whitefield
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Message Personal relationship with God Revival Meetings No clergy to channel prayers Emotional Mission to Indians
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Second Great Awakening Personal and emotional
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Unformatted text preview: Abolitionism (no slavery) Prison reform Temperance Womens suffrage (Voting) Change in religions Baptists and Methodists grew Church of England and Puritan churches declines AMERICAN RELIGION BECOMES MORE DEMOCRATIC...
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