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What was the dominant religion in colonial South Carolina?


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Answered 2015-05-04 17:41:49

Protestantism was the dominant religion in colonial South Carolina, because at that time the Pope had been thrown out of the Church of England by Henry VIII and held no power amongst the royalty. More specifically, the South was Congregationalist, a form of Protestantism.
The answer is probably Christianity {I hope this answer helps!}

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