Evangelical Revolt

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American History

 

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Maria H

 

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October 22, 2012

 

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Rhys Isaac carefully examined the Baptists to find out how they were able to achieve a new social group. I agree with Issac that the Baptists' growth was a result of a variety of factors including "the gentry, their values and how they were maintained, and their determination to plant churches."(p...
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The ability to stay loyal to the Baptist religion was very difficult considering that it was going against traditional ways. I was very surprised to hear the story of Brother Waller being lashed for preaching his Baptist beliefs. This text being the first I had heard of the Baptists in the history of America, was surprising to me because it is a big issue that should be a focal point in our nation's past...
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