Kay Schultz: Graphic Organizer 2/1/2017 (pg.107-108. The founding…
Kay Schultz: Graphic Organizer 2/1/2017
Widely followed as they were deeply held
I think that if I could rename this chapter I would name it, "Why Pride Mattered Then" It seems weak but it seems that is what the chapter is about.
Pride is a big part of church history in a way that I think is often overlooked. The thirst for renewal that is being pled for in the end of the chapter lead each of Nolls point to the direction that we, as a nation, truly care who we are, how we got to where we are and who/what bought us here
Begs for identity,
The founding fathers really did not have much influence on making america a christian nation.
Was the goal of the enlightenment even to become a christian nation seeing as it had allegedly been forgotten to mention God in the Constitution?
I'm honestly not that shocked that it was not very religious people that led the American Revolution. History repeats itself often and it seems as if in today's society the Christians will say something but it's the people that are not very religious that actually do something.
Evangelism took over the culture by 1830
Charles Hodges, "... We shall be a fountain of life to all nations"
Similar to Matthew 5:14-“You are the light of the world. A town built on a hill cannot be hidden."
Alexander Campbell was in favor of the idea of the "ancient order of things" the purity and simplicity of the new testament church.
This is a way of seeing the new testament church as a gold age
Campbell college that he founded imitated the works of Washington, Franklin and Jefferson.
That's weird to imitate people
It appears disrespectful to imitate people who fougth for your freedom
Through the constitution's anticipated slavery extinction
The gold age view of the founding fathers
How other's view the nation
Rose tinted glasses
Innocense is bliss
"Legend building process involved .. emphasis upon some truths of the past along with a filtering out of others
The orignal settlers and "legends" of the young america have been very conceled from me until I took this class
My bliss has turned into utter frustration and compels me to research more often rather than take historical legendary stories lightly.