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Religion in the Enlightenment

Religion in the Enlightenment

         portestantism was created in the sixteenth century, protestant churches settled into well-established paterns controlled by state authorities. Many Protestant churches were lacking in religious enthusiasm. The desire of ordinary Protestants for greater depths of religions expeience led to new religious movement. The most famous religious movement was Methodism, Methodism was the work of john Wesley, an Anglican minister.

 

 

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