PRECONDITIONS OF REVOLUTION. THE INFLUENCE OF THE FIRST GREAT AWAKENING II. FRENCH & INDIAN WAR. Taken from Brian Kiteley , The River Gods: A History of Northampton, Massachusetts.
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THE INFLUENCE OF THE
FIRST GREAT AWAKENING
II. FRENCH & INDIAN WAR
“Ministers should be Sons of Thunder: Men had need have Storms in their hearts, before they will betake themselves to Christ for Refuge.”
- Solomon Stoddard, The Defects of Preachers Reproved (1723)
MINISTER OF NORTHAMPTON, 1739
THE INFLUENCE OF THE FIRST GREAT AWAKENING AS A NEW WAY OF THINKING ABOUT PERSONAL SALVATIONCREATED A NEW DEMOCRATIZING EFFECT AMONG COLONISTS IN NORTH AMERICA.
SOCIETAL CHANGES AFTER 1740s
THE PRESENCE OF THE FRONTIER COLONISTS TO MEET COMMON PROBLEMS AND MAKE USE OF COMMON OPPORTUNITIES,
WAS OF TREMENDOUS IMPORTANCE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF AMERICAN IDEAS OF GOVERNMENT.