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Name the 4 men of the Great Awakening
Theodore Frelinghuysen
Gilbert Tennant
Jonathan Edwards
George Whitefield
George Whitefield
1. Great Awakening
2. English Evangelist - Billy Graham of his age.
3. Most immediate impact - has nationwide movement before America was America.
4. Theatricle, dramatic, charismatic
Johnathan Edwards
1. Great Awakening
2. New Englands most famous 18th century revivalist.
3. Best of American theologins
4. Becomes full professor at Yale at age 19. Also president of Princeton.
5. Missionary to the Indians
Gilbert Tennant
1. Great Awakening
2. Presbyterian pastor in NJ
3. Influenced by Frelinghuysen
4. Has several sons that are ministers.
5. Emphasis on conversion
Theodore Frelinghuysen
1. Great Awakening
2. Piety over good works
3. Dutchman - starts revival in NY & NJ
4. teaches that we are good because of our relationship with god.
Describe the Great Awakening
A reaction to Calvanist enlightmnt.

Great Awakening - God - (god can do great things through man)(Soldiers of the American Revolution)

Enlightenment - Man - (god detatched)
(Leadership of American Revolution)
John Locke
Father of the Glorious Revolution
1. Everyone is born in a state of nature - everyone is equal.
1. Wrote 2nd Treatise of Government - written to justify opposition to James II.
2. Changed the way people feel about govt - Govt is to protect god given rights.
William Blackstone
Wrote Commentarison Laws of England
1. Influenced by Locke - also says Govt by that protects the people.