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The Fox Sisters and the Spiritualism Movement


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« Reply #15 on: October 14, 2009, 01:11:17 am »

On the other hand, the revivals of the past did accomplish one thing. The revivals washed out the differences in Christian theology. Few Presbyterians are any longer Calvinists believing in pre-destination. The washing out of theology as a major concern in life can be seen in the fact that those who do go to church often change denominations when they move to another town, the choice often based on social rather than theological reasons. Spiritualism continues to exist as a religious option, with some four hundred such churches alive today, but, along with Christian Science, there is not the growth for these two nineteenth-century faiths which their expectations once engendered.
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