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how did the great awakening led to changes in the colonial life and in the colonies relationship with great Britain
The Great Awakening
no it is a religious movement that swept through the colonies in the 1730 and 1740. It changed colonial religion and it also affected social and political life.
The Second Great Awakening was a religious revivial that focused on re-admitting God into one's daily life.
The great awakening
In general terms, the Great Awakening and the Enlightenment were both vastly influential movements that swept through Western Civilization in the 18th century and had effects that lasted well into the 19th century and beyond. Their differences are most striking, however, as the "Awakening" movement centered upon American life and was an essentially religious phenomenon, while the Enlightenment had its center in Europe and was essentially intellectual.
it awaken the people's idea about religious differences
There were a great many women that were married in the colonial era. This was just a way of life.
It diminished women's role in many areas of public life.
The Great Awakening influenced American town life and religious life. It brought townspeople together and gave them something in common to rally around. Towns still harness that sort of energy during festivals or important town events.
(for APUSH) a strong influence in many areas of American life.
life libertand pursuit of happiness were the founding fathers
The Great Awakening was a religious revival that was basically the resurgence of Protestantism in the American colonies. It more specifically involved a renewed focus on religion for the individual and changed the manner in which many experienced religious life within their congregations or group.
The declaration of independence... the term life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness came from Locke's "life, liberty, and property"
colonial life was like a stopid country
Second Great Awakening
Such as the American Revolution, and The Great Awakening. Those both affect and have affected America throughout her life.
how was life like for colonial priests/preachers
the second great awakening
Effects of what on life?
turning people against the older colonial leadership.having work as a clerk.living largely private life.
It made the colonists wonder why they couldn't they change their government if they could change their most important aspect of life - religion.
it is a colonial life meaning for a perosn, and a long life person... actully.............. i dont know, so listen to this.
slaves colonial society