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Outline 6 2003 - Outline 6 I Enlightenment a Assumptions b Influence on the colonists II Great Awakening a Causes b Revivals c Influence of the

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Outline 6 I. Enlightenment  a. Assumptions b. Influence on the colonists II. Great Awakening  a. Causes b. Revivals c. Influence of the colonies       iii. Comparison of the Enlightenment and Great Awakening Enlightenment Assumptions This wasn’t a cause but was an influence Enlightenment thinking became huge in England they  practically worshiped science Human beings were naturally good and were smart. The  universe has its natural laws and humans wanted to  unlock it by logic and reason Influences The elites went to this enlightenment and went to church
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Enlightenment Influences the colonists by causing them  to question things they would try to figure out what the  problem is and fix it It was ok to question established order Great Awakening Causes Great Awakening was a religious movement Religious diversity within the colonies There were a lot of different traditions and Britain 
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Outline 6 2003 - Outline 6 I Enlightenment a Assumptions b Influence on the colonists II Great Awakening a Causes b Revivals c Influence of the

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