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Religion in Victorian England

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Abbie Beineman

on 15 January 2013

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Transcript of Religion in Victorian England

Religion in
Victorian England Presented By:
Abbie Beineman
Cody Bolton
Ben Mitchell In the beginning, Victorian England
was a country deeply grounded in religion. The people were regular attendees of Sunday church.
Most of the books and games were based on religion. Victorian
Church of
England Towards Queen Victoria's
reign, the church's hold on the
people began to
weaken and decline. Darwin established
the Theory
of Evolution. The missions of the church
spread the clerks too
far and wide to
have any influence. Literature was
the church By the turn of the
century people
were becoming
more secular Theory of Evolution- Species changed
to be in the positions they are instead of
a Great Chain of Being. Questioned literal
truth of the Bible and age of the earth. Different Religions in Victorian Era:
2. Judaism
5.Baptism Pushed for abolition slavery Work Cited:
Thank you for
your time! www.english.uwosh.edu/roth/VictorianEngland.htm logicmgmt.com/1876/overview/religion.htm www.clas.ufl.edu/users/agunn/teaching/enl3251/vf/pres/green.htm www.victorianweb.org/science/science&religion.html
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