Imagine you are living in Europe in 1750 and you are 

Imagine you are living in Europe in 1750 and you are asked to describe how your life changed as a result of the Scientific Revolution and the Enlightenment.  Be sure to address how knowledge, politics, and society changed. In addition, discuss the relationship between the Scientific Revolution and the Enlightenment.

Imagine you are living in Europe in 1750 and you are

Scientific Revolution and the Enlightenment
Imagine you are living in Europe in 1750 and you are ask ed to describe how your life change d as a result of the Scientific Revolution and the Enlightenment.  Be sure to address how knowledge, politics, and society changed. In addition, discuss the relationship between the Scientific Revolution and the Enlightenment.

Further, be as specific as possible and be HISTORICALLY ACCURATE

Also, please only use sources from the textbook Western Civilization tenth edition from Jackson J. Spielvogel, and the two power points provided!

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The Impact of Enlightenment in Europe

The AGE OF REASON, as it was called, was spreading rapidly across Europe. In the late 17th century, scientists like ISAAC NEWTON and writers like JOHN LOCKE were challenging the old order. Newton’s laws of gravity and motion described the world in terms of natural laws beyond any spiritual force. In the wake of political turmoil in England, Locke asserted the right of a people to change a government that did not protect natural rights of life, liberty and property. People were beginning to doubt the existence of a God who could predestine human beings to eternal damnation and also empower a tyrant for a king.

In America, intellectuals were reading these ideas as well. On their side of the Atlantic, Enlightened ideas of liberty and progress had a chance to flourish without the shackles of Old Europe. Religious leaders began to change their old dogmatic positions. They began to emphasize the similarities between the Anglican Church and the Puritan Congregationalists rather than the differences.