Uncle Tom's Cabin

Some of the characters in this book undergo a change. How does George’s view of religion begin to change at the end of the chapter?

chapter 13

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From the text; George finds a home and a deep, trusting faith in God.

"This, indeed, was a home, -- home, -- a word that George had never yet known a meaning for; and a belief in God, and trust in his providence, began to encircle his heart, as, with a golden cloud of protection and confidence, dark, misanthropic, pining atheistic doubts, and fierce despair, melted away before the light of a living Gospel, breathed in living faces, preached by a thousand unconscious acts of love and good will, which, like the cup of cold water given in the name of a disciple, shall never lose their reward."


Uncle Tom's Cabin/ Chapter 13