Religion and Revolution

@article{Lehman1977ReligionAR,
  title={Religion and Revolution},
  author={Edward C. Lehman and G. Lewy},
  journal={Review of Religious Research},
  year={1977},
  volume={18},
  pages={198}
}
From the time of their first settlements at Jamestown, Virginia, and Plymouth, Massachusetts, British colonists in North America practiced numerous forms of Christianity. Because of this diversity, the colonies as a whole can be described as pluralistic, meaning that several forms of belief and practice coexisted within the settlements. Despite this variation among the colonies, however, individual colonies were often dominated by a single religious group. In Massachusetts and Connecticut… Expand
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