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13 April, 15:00

Preachers who were part of the Great Awakening urged people to

O accept their political leaders' authority

create a personal connection with God

O accept the teachings of their church leaders

O reject the idea of personal freedom

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  1. 13 April, 15:07
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    Option C
  2. 13 April, 15:20
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    The correct answer is C) accept the teachings of their church leaders.

    Preachers who were part of the Great Awakening urged people to accept the teachings of their church leaders.

    The Great Awakening was the religious revival in the American Colonies around the 1730s until the 1740s. Protestant leaders urged people to ask for forgiveness of their sins because God could punish them.

    For example, the Northhampton Anglican Minister Jonathan Edwards was one of the most famous religious leaders of the Great Awakening. He influenced many people with his famous speech entitled "Sinners in the Hands of An Angry God." So humans needed forgiveness.
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