The Second Great Awakening Faith Peters

• The Second Great Awakening was a Protestant religious revival.

• The act started in Ohio.

• It lasted between 1790 and 1850.

• More people were being accepted for their religions.

• Membership grew at a rapid rate among Baptist and Methodist congregations.

• The government became more open minded towards different religions.

• Many people believed that the Awakening was a new millennial age.

• Some people thought it was the second coming of Jesus.

• This event was described to be enthusiastic.

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