Talk:Third Great Awakening

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 Definition The Third Great Awakening was a period of increased pietism and social activism in the last half of the 19th century; associated with the Social Gospel, Settlement House, and Charity Organization movements. [d] [e]
  • Is Nazarene movements (plural) correct in the first paragraph?
  • The statement "centered in cities and towns" requires some clarification or elaboration. I get the overall point (churches as part of broader pattern of urbanization) but the suggestion that all churches were in cities and towns is wide of the mark; in many parts of the country (Appalachia, the South, Midwest) "country churches" were - and continue to be - frequent and widespread. Roger Lohmann 09:00, 27 July 2008 (CDT)