Question 24 2 out of 2 points according to howe which

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Question 24 2 out of 2 pointsAccording to Howe, which states had established (i.e. state-sponsored) religions by 1815?
Question 25 2 out of 2 pointsThe Whigs in 1848 Ran as their candidate for the office of President:
Question 26 2 out of 2 pointsMajor American victories in the Mexican-American War were:
Question 27 0 out of 2 pointsOne of the issues dividing Americans from the West (especially Missouri) and the East (New England) in the 1830s was that of Land sales. Which best describes the situation:
Question 28 2 out of 2 pointsAccording to Howe, Finney was a Arminian in his approach to personal salvation, arguing that instead of waiting on the Holy Spirit to change the sinner’s heart, people should “make themselves a new heart”:
Question 29 2 out of 2 pointsAccording to the Jonathan White lecture, the Texas Troubles:
Question 30 2 out of 2 pointsThe Tariff of 1816:
Question 31 Needs GradingWhat were the significant events in the religious and ecumenical life of the United States in the Jacksonian Era? Describe where these developments came from, how they progressed and what the outcomes were.Selected Answer: Along with the Second Great Awakening, there were numerous revivals, revelations and movements that contributed to the uprising of Protestantism during Jacksonian
America.In the early 1800's we begin to see the division of the Protestant Church in America. Three of the main denominations that come about are the Baptist, Methodist and thePresbyterian Church. Unlike Roman Catholicism, these dominations were not under the authority of a central power. One fear from the onset of demonization’s, was the it could lead to national division. By the 1830s we begin to see these denominations split for various reasons.The Presbyterian Church was on a mission to spread westward. New theological ideas and teachings began to spread within the church during the time period of division. Traditional Presbyterian members disagreed and labeled it heresy, while some members believed the theology to be true. This caused the Presbyterian Church to be split into the New School, and the Old School divisions. The issue of abolitionism became a major topic of debate for both the Baptist and the Methodist Church. A Methodist Church Bishop by the name of James Osgood Andrew was discovered to be a slave owner and was asked to depart from his position in the church. This caused southerners who believed in slave ownership to express their disagreement with the issue.

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