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How Well Do We Know American Anglican History?

Particularly of the nineteenth century.

The evangelical wing of Anglicanism in the United States ceased to have any active influence by the end of that century. 339 more words

Theology

King's Survey: Reviving

In which we try to understand the logic of faith.

OK, kids, here we go: the SGA.

—What’s SGA stand for?

Funny you should ask, Jonah. 2,059 more words

Jim Cullen

The Second Great Awakening

In the 1810s and 1820s, Americans were drinking as much as seven gallons of alcohol per year per person, drinking at every meal. Daniel Walker Howe,  459 more words

Early Republic

Come Ye Sinners (the good one) — Worship Wednesday

I will arise and go to Jesus,
He will embrace me in His arms;
In the arms of my dear Savior,
O there are ten thousand charms…

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Worship Wednesday

Our Logans: some significant dates and events

Part two: 1800-1838

  • 1800: Great Revival (Second Great Awakening) begins in Kentucky; sweeps much of the country; strongly influences those who experience Joseph Logan’s preaching…
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