circuit riders : evangelists who rode regular routes or circuits on horse back
pioneered the camp meeting revival What would you see...crescent shape tents, a lot of preaching, loud prayers, food, women folk fix food for men folk..
Adoniram Judson was a missionary to Burma and became known as the "Father of Modern Missions"
Charles Finney :
perhaps the best known of the Second Great Awakening urban evangelists
The spiritual : songs that combined the African heritage of song with the dignity and power of praise
1. Known as America's greatest contribution to the field of music
Watch Roll Jordan Roll 2min video or Spirituals 6min video:
Cults of the 19th Century
Spiritual revival like the Second GreatAwakening is always met with powerfulopposition. Several false philosophies andreligions arose in the 1800s to challengeBiblical Christianity.
Unitarianism denies the deityof Christ, the Trinity and man's sinful nature.... Tulsachurch
taught a personcould transcend or overcome reason by trusting in himselfand in his own abilities
Proverbs 28:26: He who trusts in himself is a fool
1. Ralph Waldo Emerson American essayist
2. Henry David Thoreau spent 2 years communing with nature
3. Walt Whitman; poet, wrote Leaves of Grass
4. Few people accepted this false philosophy and the movement soon died out
Millerites - predicted the date of the "millennium"
Watch Millerites End Times 5 min video
Mormons: Joseph Smith saw an angel. Wrote the Book of Mormon
Brigham Young led the Mormons to Utah
Watch Mormons Perfecting America 3 min video Watch Mormons Move West 10 min video:
some transcendentalistspurchased a farm where theystarted a community designed to allow its members time tocommune with nature, write and develop
Failed because of financial problemsand arguments
What did we learn today?
Why was there a need for revival in the early 19th century?
How do cults come against the gospel?
1. AKA "Great Agnostic"
one who believes that man cannotknow God or anything else beyond the physical world
Famous quotes by ingersoll
Nothing is greater than to break the chains from the bodies of men -- nothing nobler than to destroy the phantom of the soul.
-- Robert Green Ingersoll, quoted from the Address, Ingersoll the Magnificent, delivered by Joseph Lewis on August 11th 1954 dedicating, as a Public Memorial, the house in which Robert G Ingersoll was born, Dresden, Yates County, in the state of New York.
If there be an infinite Being, he does not need our help -- we need not waste our energies in his defense.
-- Robert Green Ingersoll, "God in the Constitution" (1870)
I would rather live and love where death is king than have eternal life where love is not.
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Use a concept in a new situation or unprompted use of an abstraction. Applies what was learned in the classroom into novel situations in the workplace.
Separates material or concepts into component parts so that its organizational structure may be understood. Distinguishes between facts and inferences. Synthesis:
Builds a structure or pattern from diverse elements. Put parts together to form a whole, with emphasis on creating a new meaning or structure.
Make judgments about the value of ideas or materials.