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In The Christian Movement and the Demand for a Theology of the People written by Nathan O Hatch there are many areas of discussion on the second Great Awakening and the effect it had on the people Many essays have been written about the second Great Awakening as it is referred to in the History books but some can be much more informative than others The author uses many valid sources and sometimes jumps back and forth between subjects but he appears to have a massive amount of knowledge pertaining to the Democratic visions of equality Mr Hatch states his feelings towards this revolution by saying that it was at times pure chaos and never ending debate over what should and should not be believed in and that the people had a right to fight for what they wanted to believe in There are a few sources that make what Hatch is saying appear to be valid and fitting of his essay For example The Recovery of American Religious History American Historical Review 546 was used as a source when discussing the effect the fast paced social change had on the republics structures of religious belief and organization 546 Also he used The Early Relation and Separation of Baptists and Disciples Chicago 1904 550 by Errett Gates when he was altercating about Alexander Campbell and how he did not take place in the American Revolution Futhermore he applied Religion Follows the Frontier A History of the Disciples of Christ New York 1931 561 by Winifred Ernest Garrison when explaining the important factors involved in the Christian movement This essay would be categorized as a political document because it discusses the Democratic vision of the subject The historians focus is so widespread that he covers the big picture by breaking it down into smaller more understandable sections The sources can be very helpful when confusion arises in the reader about subject structure The author of this
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