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In their book The Kingdom of Matthias, Paul Johnson and Sean Willentz suggest that the movement created by the Prophet Matthias represented a rejection of the dominant middle-class evangelicalism of antebellum America. In your paper, discuss how the movement’s ideas about religion, class, gender, family and sexuality constituted a rebellion against the “respectable” religion of the period.

In their book The Kingdom of Matthias, Paul Johnson and Sean Willentz suggest that the movement created by the Prophet Matthias represented a rejection of the dominant middle-class evangelicalism of antebellum America. In your paper, discuss how the movement’s ideas about religion, class, gender, family and sexuality constituted a rebellion against the “respectable” religion of the period.

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