Second Great Awakening
Charles G. Finney, one of America's great preachers
(Source: Wikimedia Commons--public domain)
All but which of the following were characteristic of the wave of American revivalism known as the Second Great Awakening?
(A) camp meetings with multiple speakers lasting several days or weeks
(B) public confessions and emotional outbursts
(C) a strengthening of the Calvinist doctrine of predestination
(D) growth in Methodist and Baptist congregations
(E) audiences that included blacks and whites
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