Competing Faiths<br />The Church and Christianity in Slavery<br />Narratedby: JasonManning<br />
Religion  Leading into the 1800’s<br /><ul><li>Other Religions
The Great Awakening
 Wesleyan Movement
 The 2nd Great Awakening</li></li></ul><li>Second Great Awakening<br />1790-1840<br /><ul><li> A movement through revival
 Salvation is for everyone
 Differing from limited atonement
 Slave congregations
 Spread of many denominations    through camp meetings.
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Competeing Faiths

  1. 1. Competing Faiths<br />The Church and Christianity in Slavery<br />Narratedby: JasonManning<br />
  2. 2. Religion Leading into the 1800’s<br /><ul><li>Other Religions
  3. 3. The Great Awakening
  4. 4. Wesleyan Movement
  5. 5. The 2nd Great Awakening</li></li></ul><li>Second Great Awakening<br />1790-1840<br /><ul><li> A movement through revival
  6. 6. Salvation is for everyone
  7. 7. Differing from limited atonement
  8. 8. Slave congregations
  9. 9. Spread of many denominations through camp meetings.
  10. 10. Baptist and Methodist
  11. 11. Mormons and Shakers
  12. 12. Religion and politics meet</li></li></ul><li>The Church, Politics and Slavery<br /><ul><li> Slavery becomes a social, economic, political , and religious battle
  13. 13. The Church bridges its separation from politics
  14. 14. The first real social issue the Church addresses
  15. 15. First experience with enforcing moral norms</li></li></ul><li>Two Men One Story<br /><ul><li>ThortonStringfellow, D.D.
  16. 16. Pastor Stevensburg Baptist Church
  17. 17. Author of Slavery, Scriptural & Statistical(1856)
  18. 18. Rev. Theodore D. Weld
  19. 19. Highly regarded figure in the abolitionist movement
  20. 20. Author of The Bible Against Slavery (1837)</li></li></ul><li>Two Sides to the Story<br /><ul><li> The Biblical Slavery The South
  21. 21. Scriptural mis-interpretation
  22. 22. Slavery is not an abomination to God
  23. 23. The Revival of Equality The North
  24. 24. Equality movement
  25. 25. A different kind of slavery</li></li></ul><li>In the Name of Slavery or God?<br /><ul><li> Nat Turner
  26. 26. Slave Rebellion 56 die
  27. 27. John Brown
  28. 28. Armed insurrection at Harpers Ferry 5 die
  29. 29. Abraham Lincoln
  30. 30. Emancipation Proclamation and the Civil War</li></li></ul><li>The Lasting Effects<br /><ul><li> Advancement in American society both positively and negatively
  31. 31. Bridged the gap between “blacks and whites” through revival
  32. 32. Helped institute accepted moral norms in public life
  33. 33. Helped shape early politics
  34. 34. Aided in bringing an end to slavery</li></li></ul><li>The End<br />Thank You<br />

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