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CHAPTER ONE DOUBT AND DISILLUSIONMENT
The formulation and reaffirmation of Americanism S 2 Flamboyant patriotism
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acceptance American democracy Anabaptists Anglican appetites Arminianism authority believers body Calvinism Calvinistic Catholic cause Christ Christian church civil colonial common conceived condition congregationalism conscience constitute Cotton Mather covenant theology created creed critics cult Declaration of Independence democratic difference divine doctrine ecclesiastical economic effect emphasis England Enlightenment evil experience expressed fact faculties faith force fundamental God's gospel happiness human ideals ideas impulse individual institutions Jonathan Edwards judged judgment justice liberty live Locke man's means ment mind moral motive natural law ness obedience object Parson Weems past perfection philosophy piety political possess presbyterianism present principle protestant protestantism puritan purpose reason reform rejection religion religious represented retribution retributive justice Revolution Richard Baxter Richard Hooker salvation saved sects sense seventeenth century social society soul spirit standard theocracy things Thomas Goodwin thought tion tolerance tradition true truth uniformitarianism virtue worldly worship