Themes in American History

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I am not sure how to set a time chart on this one (5) The evolution of the concept of "God given freedom of the individual" stemming from the Protestant Reformation and developing through the American Enlightenment and the Great Awakening, and culminating with the Declaration of Independence.
I really do not understand what they want out of this question. Later Michael

  • Themes in American History -

    Your time chart is a timeline showing the dates of the main events in the growth of the concept of the God-given freedom of the individual.

    Start with this:

    1517 -- Martin Luther nails Theses to church door

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Protestant_Reformation

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