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The Six Mile Water Revival of 1625: Ulster Presbyterianism as Background for the Last Will and Testament

Tyler Howe
M.A. Student in American History
Western Carolina University

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Abstract

In the summer of 1625, a religious revival began in the town of
Antrim in the area of Northern Ireland known as Ulster. The Six
Mile Water Revival centered on an Arminian idea of communion
that transcended hierarchical church structure. The Cane Ridge
Revival of 1801 Kentucky includes important similarities with the
Six Mile Water Revival of 1625 Ulster. Both revivals combined
select Arminian teachings with Presbyterianism to create a unique
frontier faith.

 
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