Whatever happened to the Christian Reformation that began under Martin Luther? When did it end? Or better yet, where did it end? Some would say in Puritan England. Others would argue that its terminus ad quem was in the failed Puritan experiment in Colonial New England.
But the actual answer lies in the aftermath of the Great Awakening, when the Congregational system gave up thousands of people to genuine conversion and a search for biblical church and, ultimately, the exponential growth of the Baptist denomination.