HIS 115 Week 7 Assignment Perfection Era
HIS 115 Week 7 Assignment Perfection Era
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Perfection Bra 1 Perfection Era Author Axia College of University of Phoenix Perfection Bra 2 Perfection Era Colonists migrated to the west and to the south during the eighteenth century The large expansion led to many of the settlers living far from their Churches and congregations Along the Atlantic new Churches and religious communities were beginning to be built The long believed religious truths were now being questioned due to the Enlightenment Heyrman nd As a result of the religious truths being questioned many of the American clergymen opened religious schools for preachers and revived the religious knowledge The Great Awakening revitalized the faithfulness in religion throughout the colonies of America yet this revitalization of faithfulness in religion was not undisputed Heyrman nd The idea of the Great Awakening movement followers was democratic Followers of the Great Awakening valued the personal quality of strong spiritual conversion Mays 2004 This idea of strong spiritual conversion came to be known as perfectionism Perfectionism was the desire a political society that believed in equality a perfect society The idea of perfectionism and equality went against the historical belief that women and African Americans were not equal to men The era of Perfectionism provided women and African Americans opportunity Throughout many Churches women and African Americans were given the opportunity to voice their opinions on important Church matters Mays 2004 There were still some congregations that refused to give women and African Americans the equality that was brought on by the Perfection Era Even those women and African Perfection Bra 3 Americans that gained rights within the Church were still considered unequal and with few rights outside the Church During this period of time the abolitionist movement based upon their moral principles aside from activism were attempting to rid the American colonies of slavery Strong 1999 The social change of the Great Awakening and the Perfectionist Era left a large impact on society that was only increased with the Second Great Awakening Similar to the original Great Awakening the Second Great Awakening was another religion revival of Christianity on a larger scale There was a concern among many Christians regarding the secular world and the use of Christian principles within it The Second Great Awakening was an attempt by the social activists to change their society and empower the Christian faith in others within society Being that the original Great awakening was an important movement of women and African Americans which led to their importance in the Second Great Awakening The Liberty Party an abolitionist group was formed Both the Liberty Party and the abolitionist Churches were concerned with the abolition of slavery and the social inequality that was present in society Strong 1999 The Liberty Party began to gain power in politics around the 1800 s While the political power for the Liberty Party was strong they still lacked the ability to change slavery laws The Liberty Party was diverse in their interests Aside from the abolition they also concentrated on the rights of women and t equal wages Strong 1999 While there was a strong agreement on the abolition of slavery other issues such as those of religion and politics were not agreed upon Perfection Bra 4 The Liberty Party was not only being broken down but the Liberty Party was also being attacked by campaigners for slavery Strong 1999 Eventually the Liberty Party died out and but the principles of the party continued Till this day there is a large population of individuals who still spread the principles of the Liberty Party Though the Perfection Era had ended the principles of the Perfectionist movement continued to grow and expand The democracy in America is based on many of the concepts of the Perfection Era and the First and Second Great Awakening The Second Great Awakening has resulted in changes that are what we see in America now The women of the world have gained their equal rights and the civil responsibilities though the movement is still working towards improving Perfection Bra 5 References Heyrman C L nd The First Great Awakening Retrieved on April 20 2010 from httpnationalhumanitiescenterorgtserveeighteen ekeyinfograwakenhtm Mays D A 2004 Women in Early America Struggle Survival and Freedom in a New World Retrieved on April 20 2010 from httpbooks20021ecombooksidUYWs GODiOkCampprintsecfrontcover Stong D M 1999 Perfectionist Politics Abolitionism and the Religious Tensions of American Democracy Retrieved on April 20 2010 from httpnetlibrarvcom
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