The Great Awakening and the Enlightenment really diminished the power that the religious leaders held in the church. They were used to telling others what to do, how to worship, and what to believe, but when the Enlightenment happened, lots of people decided to believe what they wanted, and were more encouraged to try or […]
The way the great awakening challenged the established churches was it took power from the church and made it more about the person who is worshiping. This means that the church used to tell the people when and how to worship and with the great awakening it said that person be able to worship according […]
Complete the attached worksheet. This assignment uses a scoring guide. Please review the scoring guide prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion. Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. You are required to submit this assignment to […]
Question to consider! Name a significant change that came about due to the Second Great Awakening? Why was it significant (Ch 10-3b, http://xroads.virginia.edu/~ma95/finseth/evangel.html) ( at least 100 words)
The belief that the United States is a “Christian Nation” can be supported by historical fact. The colonists who originally came from Europe were members of various sects of Christianity such as Puritans, Separatists or Pilgrims, and Quakers from England and Catholics from Spain. They did not adopt the native religions of the areas they […]
The United States is a Christian country even though they are other religious practice in the United States. According to Statista, Christianity has been in the United States since before the U.S. was established as a country (Statista,2021). Settlers from Europe brought Christianity to American because their aim was to convert others into Christian. Research […]
Due to the Enlightenment ideals, I believe that the belief that the United States is a Christian Nation could not be upheld because The Enlightenment focused on reason, skepticism and individualism. It leaned more towards science and challenged the traditional religious views. It didnt completely oppose Christianity but there were beliefs that didnt align with […]
During the 18th century, the western European nations (in particular Great Britain) underwent profound economic changes. Briefly discuss what new ideas, inventions, and political/social movements lead to the remodeling of the Western European economy.
Hide Assignment InformationInstructions Purpose: The purpose of this assignment is to analyze the Populist platform as a reform agenda and ascertain when some of its proposals were later adopted (at the state or national level). Doing so will help you practice skills that are essential to your success in this course and in professional life […]
In this primary document we will read two accounts of the death of Prince Arthur, Henry VII’s eldest son. Why was Arthur’s death such a detrimental loss to Henry VII and how did it shape the future of the Tudor Dynasty?