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Chapter 7 Section 1 Cultural, Social and Religious Life
What makes a society unique?
Scholarship Art Education
Benjamin Rush Doctor Scientist Revolutionary Represented PA in Continental Congress
Charles Wilson Peale Artist
Phillis Wheatley Young enslaved woman from Senegal Became a poet
Republican virtues Self reliance Hard work Frugality Harmony Sacrificing for the good of the community
Republican Woman One who had the virtues that would help her contribute to the success of the republic.
Social changes Population growth Social mobility- people were free to move place to place
Religious Renewal Second Great Awakening- Powerful religious movement from the early 1800s – Evangelical in nature
Evangelical The Bible is the final authority Salvation is achieved only through personal belief in Jesus Christ People demonstrate beliefs by living a “transformed lifestyle”
Congregation Members of the church – Focus was on the congregation rather than the ministers SGA was very democratic because of this
Revival Common feature of SGA Gathering where people were “revived” or brought back to a religious life – Listening to preachers – Accepting Jesus
New Denominations Religious subgroups Experienced rapid growth during SGA Baptists, Methodists, Unitarians, Mormons, etc…
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