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Evangelical Revolt

   
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Rhys Isaac discusses how after the Great Awakening colonists struggled for allegiance between two very different social worlds. Isaac argues that Baptist growth throughout Virginia was a countercultural movement that was caused by dissatisfaction with contemporary society, resulting in a revolt against the traditional system...
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Rhys Isaac discusses how after the Great Awakening colonists struggled for allegiance between two very different social worlds. Isaac argues that Baptist growth throughout Virginia was a countercultural movement that was caused by dissatisfaction with contemporary society, resulting in a revolt against the traditional system...
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