Oneida County's significance during the Second Great Awakening as the "burned-over district" has long been long established, but many histories of this period often only consider those revivalists who welcomed evangelicalism and have neglected those who opposed the revivals with equal fervor. Importantly, antirevivalists, whose myriad religious beliefs earned them colorful insults and even threats from revivalists, accused evangelicals of violating their fundamental right to religious freedom. Join Peter Van Cleave to examine the arguments made by antirevivalists and the complex debate over religious liberty that emerged in the burned-over district during the 1820s.