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Great Awakening

The Great Awakening was a religious movement among American colonial Protestants in the 1730s. Led by the dynamic preaching of George Whitefield, Gilbert Tennant[?] and the apologetics of Jonathan Edwards.

See also: Second Great Awakening

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