By Russell O. Wright
This chronology starts off with an summary of spiritual existence within the usa, after which specializes in advancements from the payment of Jamestown via Anglican settlers in 1607 to the Catholic backlash created in keeping with Nancy Pelosi's past due 2008 Meet the click reviews at the church's perspectives of abortion. appendices specialize in the distribution of significant spiritual teams within the usa and the distribution of assorted Christian non secular denominations within the kingdom.
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Penn spent so much time in preparing his colony that even today some sources disagree on whether Pennsylvania was founded in 1681 or 1682, but in 1681 Penn was already writing his cautionary words for prospective settlers. Penn himself did not sail for Pennsylvania until August 1682. Penn was a member of the Society of Friends (Quakers) in England, and it was his efforts to stop the persecutions against the Quakers in that country that led him to envision a colony in the New World that was based on true religious freedom.
It has led to a nation ﬁlled with multiple religions that have blossomed under such freedom, and it has served as an example to the world of what true religious freedom means. May 1607— The ﬁrst permanent settlement from England in the New World was made at a place called Jamestown on the James River in the state of Virginia. The name James came from King James I of England, and the state of Virginia was named after the Virgin Queen, Queen Elizabeth I, who had only recently died after a 45-year reign and had been succeeded by King James I.
They would join with their counterparts in Pennsylvania (see listing for 1681) to become an inﬂuential force in the colonies through the 18th century. 31 1653 December 16, 1653— Oliver Cromwell was made lord protector of England, Scotland, and Ireland. This event essentially capped a period starting in 1642 and running through Cromwell’s death in 1658. The English Civil Wars in that period had variable effects on religious life in the colonies as the predominant church powers swung from Puritanism (of which Cromwell was an advocate) to Catholicism to Anglicanism to forms of Presbyterianism.
Chronology of Religious Life in America by Russell O. Wright