Axia College of University of Phoenix
Colonists migrated to the west and to the south during the eighteenth century. The large expansion led to many of the settlers living far from their Churches and congregations. Along the Atlantic new Churches and religious communities were beginning to be built. The long believed religious truths were now being questioned due to the Enlightenment (Heyrman, n.d.). As a result of the religious truths being questioned many of the American clergymen opened religious schools for preachers and revived the religious knowledge. The Great Awakening revitalized the faithfulness in religion throughout the colonies of America yet this revitalization of faithfulness in religion was not undisputed (Heyrman, n.d.).