1.What was the “Great Awakening”?
The Great Awakening was an outpouring of religious enthusiasmthat occurred in the American colonies in the mid-18th century.2. Who was George Whitfield?George Whitfield was a preacher and an associate of John Wesleyin England.4. How did Edwards' message differ from other's during thisperiod?Edwards championed an unremitting Calvinism that contrastedsharply with the emotional messages being preached in otherareas.5. How did the Great Awakening effect education? They established new higher learning6. What was the impact of the Great Awakening on the colonies? Thousands were brought into the churches by the wave of enthusiasm, but denominations and communities were split bydoctrinal differences. The movements also served to lessen thehold of the Anglican Church and, in the process, weaken royalauthority.1.The "Causes"- What events led to the Great Awakening? The Awakening was fired by the sermons of Jonathan Edwards, aminister in Northampton, Massachusetts.2.The "Effects"- What changes occured because of the GreatAwakening? The Great Awakening led to efforts to convert Native Americancommunities and also the establishment of new institutions of higher learning. The impact of the Great Awakening was mixed. Thousands were brought into the churches, denominations andcommunities were split by doctrinal differences. The movements also served to lessen the hold of the AnglicanChurch