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Disestablishment and the Freedom of Religion

[#10 in a semester-long series on “Religion in America.” Click here for the initial post; syllabus available on Academia.edu]

Picking up the truncated discussion from last class, we began yesterday by addressing the relationship between the proliferation of religious revivals in the middle decades of the eighteenth century and the later political revolution in England’s American colonies. 679 more words

Religion In America

The History of America in Less than 100 Posts: The First Great Awakening

America, a country born from independence and known for liberty, generosity and freedom. The land of opportunity, to live the American dream. Where all men are created equal, and everyone is given a chance. 1,825 more words

History

Resistance, Revival, and Revolution in Eighteenth-Century America

[#9 in a semester-long series on “Religion in America.” Click here for the initial post; syllabus available on Academia.edu]

Chapter 4: Resistance, Revival, and Revolution… 530 more words

Religion In America

The Sunday Morning Special!: "The Queen Who Wouldn't Come: The Purpose Of Revival"

The Sunday Morning Special!

What is the purpose of revival? In a time when “revivals” seem to die down as quickly as they flare up, how can we keep ourselves from being disillusioned? 74 more words

Jesus

25 Songs That Have Changed My Life (Pt.1)

It’s my 25th birthday this week so I thought I’d celebrate by telling some stories about 25 songs that have changed my life – no easy task when your iTunes library is as big as mine and music has played a massive part of my life.  692 more words

25th Birthday

Sunday’s Singing Soul

Edward Mote  1797 – 1877

I was born in poverty to unbeliever who wouldn’t allow a Bible in our home. In London the Great Awakening made it possible for me to hear the gospel to make the decision to follow Christ. 346 more words

Sunday's Singing Soul