Lead: From one perspective England was a religious nation, but things are not always what they seem.

Intro.: A Moment in Time with Dan Roberts.

Content: In the late 1700s few would have disputed that England was a religious nation. The Anglican Church was the established church, King George III was bound by his oath to defend the Christian faith, and the nation had just witnessed a powerful upturn of religious interest due to the Evangelical revival sparked by the preaching of George Whitefield and John Wesley. Yet, there serious problems in English society that seemed to put a lie to all this religious noise and godly pretense.

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