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    , but through spreading devastating diseases for which Native tribes had no immunity and through religious subjugation.

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    Christianity), food shortage and loss of life from numerous battles. 3) The evolution of the socio-political milieu during the colonial period, including Protestant Christianity’s impact on colonial social life. 1600-1700’s Although Puritans came to America to find religious freedom, they were the...
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    the British led to domination of Native Americans not only by taking their land, but through spreading devastating diseases for which Native tribes had no immunity. 3) The evolution of the socio-political milieu during the colonial period, including Protestant Christianity’s impact on colonial...
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    transferring slaves across the country. (Keene,Cornell, &O’Donnell 2010) 3) The evolution of the sociology-political milieu during the colonial period, including Protestant Christianity’s impact on colonial social life. The Protestant Reformation causeds memebers to reform the Practices on the...
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    and had to fight because as the Europeans moved inward they started to force the Native’s from their land. | 3) The evolution of the socio-political milieu during the colonial period, including Protestant Christianity’s impact on colonial social life. | 1600-1700 | Even though they came to avoid...
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    British colonization on native Americans. They were forced to be slaves if they did not die from diseases, because not having freedom they decided to kill them self or if it was a women were pregnant they had abortions. 3) The evolution of the socio-political milieu during the colonial period...
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    20th century, large parts of Africa and Asia were colonies of European powers. Areas or countries which were colonies have been a?ected by the presence of colonialism. British political control over the Indian subcontinent began in 1757 and lasted until 1947. This period had a significant impact on...
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    African people in all spheres of their social, political, cultural, economic and religious civilisations. Afro Asian Journal of Social Sciences Volume 1, No. 1 Quarter I V 2010 ISSN 2229 – 5313 Western civilisation and culture began to creep into African socio -cultural milieu, first, with the...
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    -political milieu during the Colonial Period, including Protestant Christianity's impact on colonial social life. 1764 Parliament enacted a sugar tax. This was done to demonstrate that Britain was still in control of the colonies. The Colonist instead believes it was wrong to pay taxes to Britain if...
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    s America: A Sketch of Its Political, Social, and Religious Character, although it is less technically a history. Appearing in the U.S. in 1855, in translation from its original German, Schaff ’s work expressed his vision of a new American religion arising out of old European ones, both Protestant...
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    . which "bought" the Philippines from Spain for $20 million, following the Treaty of Paris in December 1898. And this new colonial regime would last for another forty-eight years. with its ill effects still visible in the current life of the nation. As in the Spanish period. American colonial rule...
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    terms of missionary work, as it was in other aspects of life during the colonial period and beyond. One reason often given for the poor response is the disastrous choice of the word Lubanga or Rubanga as the name for God. This was an importation from Bunyoro, where Ruhanga, a traditional name for...
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    from real life situations, although clergy has to provide guidance and theological framework. In many non-western societies, including the Philippines, various social and historical factors have contributed to the existence of social classes. Although in “modern” times egalitarianism with the...
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    excluded them from an equal role in the life of the church. Men were allowed an equal role in the church. A woman’s role was subordinate to that of a man. | Do you think there are social, economic, or political differences or gaps between men and women today?I think that there are social, economic, or...
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