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The Great Awakening was a period of great revivalism that spread throughout the colonies in the 1730s and 1740s. It de-emphasized the importance of church doctrine and instead put a greater importance on the individual and their spiritual experience. 

The Great Awakening arose at a time when man in Europe and the American colonies were questioning the role of the individual in religion and society.

Jonathan Edwards was a key American revivalist during the Great Awakening who preached for close to ten years in New England. He emphasized a personal approach to religion. He also bucked the puritan tradition and called for unity among all Christians as opposed to intolerance. His most famous sermon was "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God," delivered in 1741. In this sermon he explained that salvation was a direct result from God and could not be attained by human works as the Puritans preached.

The Great Awakening was a period of great revivalism that spread throughout the colonies in the 1730s and 1740s. It de-emphasized the importance of church doctrine and instead put a greater importance on the individual and their spiritual experience. 

The Great Awakening arose at a time when man in Europe and the American colonies were questioning the role of the individual in religion and society.

Jonathan Edwards was a key American revivalist during the Great Awakening who preached for close to ten years in New England. He emphasized a personal approach to religion. He also bucked the puritan tradition and called for unity among all Christians as opposed to intolerance. His most famous sermon was "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God," delivered in 1741. In this sermon he explained that salvation was a direct result from God and could not be attained by human works as the Puritans preached.

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The Great Awakening was a period of great revivalism that spread throughout the colonies in the 1730s and 1740s. It de-emphasized the importance of church doctrine and instead put a greater importance on the individual and their spiritual experience. 

The Great Awakening arose at a time when man in Europe and the American colonies were questioning the role of the individual in religion and society.

Jonathan Edwards was a key American revivalist during the Great Awakening who preached for close to ten years in New England. He emphasized a personal approach to religion. He also bucked the puritan tradition and called for unity among all Christians as opposed to intolerance. His most famous sermon was "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God," delivered in 1741. In this sermon he explained that salvation was a direct result from God and could not be attained by human works as the Puritans preached.

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Gargoyles was supposed to be Disney’s Fantastic Four #1, the start of a sprawling fantasy universe featuring characters with wings and loincloths instead of masks and spandex. In this interview with ComicM!x , series creator Greg Weisman details the sequence of events that led to the development of Gargoyles , which began as a light-hearted comedy series in the Gummi Bears vein before developing into something far more dramatic and complex.

After considering and ultimately rejecting a plan to purchase Marvel Comics, former Disney CEO Michael Eisner wanted to create a shared “superhero” universe that the company could call its own, and Gargoyles would be where it all began. (15 years later, Disney purchased Marvel.) Executive turnover at Disney halted this initiative from moving forward, but that ambition to be something bigger than the ordinary children’s cartoon gave Gargoyles the depth that makes it a modern cartoon classic.

Incorporating the ensemble-based, serialized storytelling of Hill Street Blues into the colorful action-adventure of Disney’s animated fare, Gargoyles provided a meatier, darker viewing experience, capitalizing on the new interest in more mature animated series following the success of Warner Bros.’ Batman: The Animated Series . Michael Reaves, the primary writer for  Gargoyles ’ first season, plotted and/or scripted many of B:TAS ’ most memorable episodes , and his talent for balancing character-based storytelling with kid-friendly superheroics shines in his episodes of Gargoyles , beginning with the five-part series premiere “Awakening.”

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The Great Awakening was a period of great revivalism that spread throughout the colonies in the 1730s and 1740s. It de-emphasized the importance of church doctrine and instead put a greater importance on the individual and their spiritual experience. 

The Great Awakening arose at a time when man in Europe and the American colonies were questioning the role of the individual in religion and society.

Jonathan Edwards was a key American revivalist during the Great Awakening who preached for close to ten years in New England. He emphasized a personal approach to religion. He also bucked the puritan tradition and called for unity among all Christians as opposed to intolerance. His most famous sermon was "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God," delivered in 1741. In this sermon he explained that salvation was a direct result from God and could not be attained by human works as the Puritans preached.

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Gargoyles was supposed to be Disney’s Fantastic Four #1, the start of a sprawling fantasy universe featuring characters with wings and loincloths instead of masks and spandex. In this interview with ComicM!x , series creator Greg Weisman details the sequence of events that led to the development of Gargoyles , which began as a light-hearted comedy series in the Gummi Bears vein before developing into something far more dramatic and complex.

After considering and ultimately rejecting a plan to purchase Marvel Comics, former Disney CEO Michael Eisner wanted to create a shared “superhero” universe that the company could call its own, and Gargoyles would be where it all began. (15 years later, Disney purchased Marvel.) Executive turnover at Disney halted this initiative from moving forward, but that ambition to be something bigger than the ordinary children’s cartoon gave Gargoyles the depth that makes it a modern cartoon classic.

Incorporating the ensemble-based, serialized storytelling of Hill Street Blues into the colorful action-adventure of Disney’s animated fare, Gargoyles provided a meatier, darker viewing experience, capitalizing on the new interest in more mature animated series following the success of Warner Bros.’ Batman: The Animated Series . Michael Reaves, the primary writer for  Gargoyles ’ first season, plotted and/or scripted many of B:TAS ’ most memorable episodes , and his talent for balancing character-based storytelling with kid-friendly superheroics shines in his episodes of Gargoyles , beginning with the five-part series premiere “Awakening.”

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Saskia grew up in a part of England the Industrial Revolution forgot. She lived near the village of Gresham in Norfolk, England where, in the middle of a field, hidden by towering trees, the remains of Gresham Castle lay. Saskia's imagination was ...

The Great Awakening was a period of great revivalism that spread throughout the colonies in the 1730s and 1740s. It de-emphasized the importance of church doctrine and instead put a greater importance on the individual and their spiritual experience. 

The Great Awakening arose at a time when man in Europe and the American colonies were questioning the role of the individual in religion and society.

Jonathan Edwards was a key American revivalist during the Great Awakening who preached for close to ten years in New England. He emphasized a personal approach to religion. He also bucked the puritan tradition and called for unity among all Christians as opposed to intolerance. His most famous sermon was "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God," delivered in 1741. In this sermon he explained that salvation was a direct result from God and could not be attained by human works as the Puritans preached.

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Gargoyles was supposed to be Disney’s Fantastic Four #1, the start of a sprawling fantasy universe featuring characters with wings and loincloths instead of masks and spandex. In this interview with ComicM!x , series creator Greg Weisman details the sequence of events that led to the development of Gargoyles , which began as a light-hearted comedy series in the Gummi Bears vein before developing into something far more dramatic and complex.

After considering and ultimately rejecting a plan to purchase Marvel Comics, former Disney CEO Michael Eisner wanted to create a shared “superhero” universe that the company could call its own, and Gargoyles would be where it all began. (15 years later, Disney purchased Marvel.) Executive turnover at Disney halted this initiative from moving forward, but that ambition to be something bigger than the ordinary children’s cartoon gave Gargoyles the depth that makes it a modern cartoon classic.

Incorporating the ensemble-based, serialized storytelling of Hill Street Blues into the colorful action-adventure of Disney’s animated fare, Gargoyles provided a meatier, darker viewing experience, capitalizing on the new interest in more mature animated series following the success of Warner Bros.’ Batman: The Animated Series . Michael Reaves, the primary writer for  Gargoyles ’ first season, plotted and/or scripted many of B:TAS ’ most memorable episodes , and his talent for balancing character-based storytelling with kid-friendly superheroics shines in his episodes of Gargoyles , beginning with the five-part series premiere “Awakening.”

 
 
 
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