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20 Cards in this Set

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Strongest in southern cities.
believed God had no personal concern for man.
supported much missionary activity
denied the Trinity
English preacher of the Great Awakening
George Whitefield
"The greatest painter ever to work in colonial America."
John Singleton Copley
The greatest figure in the southern Great Awakening
Samuel Davies
preached "sinners in the Hands of an Angry God"
Jonathans Edwards
Famous Boston silversmith
Paul Revere
famous funriture maker
Duncan Phyfe
Where children were sent to learn to read, write and study literature.
grammar schools
Schools that were operated by single ladies or widows.
dame schools
What is a hornbook?
A board-like instrument (made from the horns of animals) that children used to study the alphabet and other simple information that was printed on it.
What is an apprentice?
a young person who learns a trade from a master by working along side him.
Explain the term Enlightenment?

Would you say that these ideas are still alive today? Why or why not?
When rational thinking and critical reasoning are held in high regard over God's word.

(2nd questions--opinions may vary.)
Would you say that education in the colonial days was a "choice" or a "privelige"?
Privelige. Some couldn't afford an education. Education was important back then for advancement in certain fields.
What decade did the Great Awakening begin?
List the six major results of the Great Awakening.
(1) many converts, (2) increase in missionary work, (3) greater emphasis on higher education, (4) increase in the gap between church and state, (5) increased desire for political freedom (6) strengthening of the moral fiber of the people.
Why was Enlightenment thinking dangerous?
It elevated man's ability to think above God's truths as revealed in Scripture.