H7 L32 – Colonial America

          In the early times of the colonies the it was very different for what we see today in say, DC.  They did not have many of the things we do, such as power and plumbing.  Their games were different form ours, and even what they ate and what technologies they had.  The difference is enormous, and it just keeps growing.            The colonial cities … Continue reading H7 L32 – Colonial America

H7 W31 – George Whitefield

          A long time ago, in the 1600s, the colonists of North America were becoming very lax in their beliefs.  As they became more and more robotic with their spiritual duties, many just weren’t following their beliefs anymore.  as the colonies lost faith, four great preachers were influential in helping along the movement called the Great Awakening, which brought the colonies back to Christ.  One … Continue reading H7 W31 – George Whitefield

H7 W30 – The Thirteen Colonies

          Over the last week I have been studying about the foundation of the thirteen original American colonies.  The first one was started in 1607 and the last in 1733.  The first was Virginia, the last Georgia, and in between the east coast British colonies known today as America.  Virginia was the first colony established, starting in 1607 as the town called Jamestown.  The James … Continue reading H7 W30 – The Thirteen Colonies

H7 W29 Review – Divine Right of Kings

           Over a long period of time within England the kings of that country believed in a doctrine called the Divine Right of kings.  In short words, the Divine right of Kings doctrine says that God ordained the Kings of England, and that they are accountable to none other than God Himself.  Using some weird and hardly understandable logic, some kings came up with the … Continue reading H7 W29 Review – Divine Right of Kings