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Great Awakening Dr. Christine Sears UA-Huntsville
Talk amongst yourselves… Heres your topic: The Great Awakening was neither great nor an awakening. Discuss. Coffee Talk from SNL
1. Changes 2. Reactions and legacies Church of Christ, Wethersfield, CT, 1761-64
Mrs. Charles Willing by Robert Feke 1746 Winterthur Museum, DE
Jonathan Edwards, Princeton University Collection
John Wollaston c. 1742, Granger Collection NY
Whitefield Journal published 1749 by Ben Franklin, Library Company of Philadelphia
Hogarth, Credulity, Superstition and Fanaticism, 1762
So Great Awakening… Great? An Awakening? Talk amongst yourselves. Coffee Talk from SNL
Topic: How did Religious and Intellectual trends change the colonies in the 1700s?
The Great Awakening A religious movement in the 1730’s and 1740’s.
The Middle Colonies Ms. Boucher. Life in the Middle Colonies Define the following words: – Diversity – Immigrant – Great Awakening – Religious Toleration.
Social Studies Notes Ch. 6 NY,NJ, DE, & PA were the middle colonies. Farming was important. In 1647 Peter Stuyvesant becomes governor of New Netherland.
What were the “Old Lights?” Low church Anglicans Presbyterians who opposed the extremes of revival Conservative Pietists who rejected modern ways.
Consequences of the Great Awakening I Revivalism in Northampton - Jonathan Edwards, A Faithful Narrative of the Surprising Works of God (1737) II George.
U.S. History Chapter 5: Life in the English Colonies Section 4: The Great Awakening.
The Great awakening Roots to Revolution. The Great Awakening: CausesEffects.
Renewal of religious feelings in American colonies (1730s – 1740s) Preachers become more dramatic; traveling preachers convert thousands. People.
Benjamin Franklin The Great Awakening c. Identify Benjamin Franklin as a symbol of social mobility and individualism d. Explain the significance of the.
Great Awakening Religious revival that swept the American colonies during the 1730s and 1740s.
The Great Awakening Chapter 5, Section 4.
The Great Awakening A Colonial Source to U. S. Identity.
I can explain the religious diversity in the American Colonies. The Enlightenment and Great Awakening Turn in your document analysis Warm-up Discuss.
The Enlightenment emphasizes reason and science as the path to knowledge Based on Natural laws of the universe developed by scientists; such as gravity.
Intellectual Foundations of 18th Century America
The Great Awakening Key Terms: revivals Great Awakening
The Enlightenment and The Great Awakening
The Expansion of Colonial British America, 1720–1763 Chapter 4.
Chapter 5, section 1 The Beginnings of an American Identity.
The Enlightenment in the colonies Focused on intellectual movement focused on inquiry and discovery Believed that problems could be solved.
How did ideas about religion and government influence colonial life?
Second Great Awakening. What was the first great Awakening.
The Great Awakening California State Standard
Compare regional differences among early New England, Middle and Southern colonies regarding economics, geography, culture, government and American Indian.
Representative Government Origins. Magna Carta The idea that government was not all powerful first appeared in the document King John signed it in 1215.
Earliest Known Portrait of Benjamin Franklin by Robert Feke 1746
A Churc h with a Heart. The Church with a Heart.
The Great Awakening. The Great Awakening was a religious movement: A religious fervor that swept the colonies in the early 1700s. Emotional not Rational.
A.W.A.K.E. The “Great Awakening” made religion. A. Arrives mid-1700s.
CHURCH HISTORY II Lesson 24 “Let The Winds Blow & Thunders Roar”: The Great Awakening in America “There is nothing more important for preaching than the.
Quakers Founding Pennsylvania. What Does Philadelphia Mean?
The Great Awakening 1730s-1740s. 2 What was the Great Awakening? Religious revival movement Evangelicism – “new birth” considered the ultimate religious.
From British to American? WARM-UP: On your notes, spend five minutes answering these questions in complete sentences: We’ve talked about differences among.
The Great Awakening vs. The Enlightenment
First Great Awakening & America’s Enlightenment
Sermons of Raw Emotion: The Great Awakening Reasons for The Great Awakening Sermons of Raw Emotion The Out Comes of The Awakening.
The Great Awakening 1730s-1740s.
The Changing Colonies To what extent did the colonists react to the influx of diversity as well as the interaction caused by the increase in commerce and.
Awakenings & Enlightenments pp Pattern of Religions Variety in colonial America Difficult to impose any one religion on any large area Church.
History of the Church II: Week Ten. Why denominations? One of the unintended consequences of the Reformation was the end of the state run church or.
The Enlightenment and the Great Awakening, The Enlightenment in America Most Christians believed God intervened directly in human affairs to.
Life in the Colonies. Social Classes! Jigga What? Colonial society enjoyed more freedom and more social equality. Colonial society did have social classes,
Lesson 5 A City Set on a Hill Lesson 5 The Embarkation of the Pilgrims By Robert Weir 1844.
GROWTH OF AN AMERICAN IDENTITY The Great Awakening Colonial Government The Seven Years War.
Today’s Essential Question’s 1.What was the Great Awakening? 2.Why was George Whitefield so popular?
The Great Awakening and the Conception of the College of New Jersey: Not Purely Born of the Log College By Hilary Going.
EPHESIANS 5:14 Awake, you who sleep, Arise from the dead. And Christ will give you light.
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