Fredrick Douglas in "Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass"
"The Problems of Religion and Slavery"
In the times of slavery there were two religious revivals one was the Great awakening which was an emotional, revivalist movement that took place from the mid- 1740s until the 1770s, which had its greatest impact on both coastal regions and the backcountry. The Second Great Awakening gave importance to the emotions of the people and it preached the doctrines of work and salvation to all, the revivalist movement took place in the mid-1800s and helped people adjusts control to their daily lives both slaves and slave owners. …
- Fredrick Douglas in "Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass"
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