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kurt
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"During the antebellum period, the Baptist and Methodists churches made up Georgia's largest religious denominations, although the state was also home to sizable congregations of Presbyterians, Episcopalians, Lutherans, Jews, and Catholics." Based on this fact, which is the BEST conclusion that can be drawn about the state of religion of Georgia during the antebellum period? A) Georgia was home to a wide variety of diverse religious groups during the antebellum era. B) During the antebellum period, separate churches for African slaves were established throughout the state. C) The Baptist and Methodist denominations had been present since the founding of the Georgia colony in 1733. D) Baptist and Methodist congregations eventually broke away from their northern counterparts over the issue of slavery.

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Darryl750

Thank you for posting your question here. I hope the answer will help you. I believe the answer is letter D which is "Baptist and Methodist congregations eventually broke away from their northern counterparts over the issue of slavery."

keke14

A Georgia was home to a wide variety of diverse religious groups during the antebellum era.

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