South Carolina Colony Religion?

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The religion in the South Carolina colony was diverse. Many churches began branches in the South Carolina colony including the Presbyterian church, the Anglican church, and the Lutheran church. Baptist, Methodist, Catholic, and Jewish churches or synagogues were also found in the South Carolina colony especially toward the end of the 1700s. This area of the new world was know for its religious freedom and tolerance allowing many churches to become established in a short period of time.
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