Which of the following statements most accurately characterizes one effect of Enlightenment on America.
American thinkers agreed with John Locke's idea that political authority was divinely ordained.
Cotton Mather and the Boston physician Nicholas Boyleston fought against smallpox inoculation.
Some ministers combined Lockean political principles with Calvinist theology in order to attack the role of bishops and vest power in the laity.
European Enlightenment ideas had little impact on Americans until 1750.