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Religious Beliefs and Behaviors of American Founders
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Anglican vestryman, 15 yrs. Attended church 1-2 times per mo. Rarely spoke of own faith. Labeled deist by some. Mason. 'Religion, Morality.. indispensable..to political prosperity'
Raised Congregational. Rarely attended church. Mason. Self-proclaimed Christian deist. ' the longer I live, the more ... proofs I see.. that God governs in the affairs of men.'
Raised Congregational - later Unitarian. Regular church attender. ''The Christian religion is....the religion of wisdom, virtue, equity and humanity, let.. Paine say what he will.'
Episcopalian. Harvard theology student. Co-author Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom. 'rights of none abridged on.. religious belief.. nor any national religion be established'
Early Anglican - later unorthodox rationalist Christian deist. Attended non-denominational Capitol Sunday services as President. 'I am of a sect by myself, as far as I know.'
Once applied for Anglican ordination. Then, outspoken deist accused of atheism. Denied Christian burial. 'I believe in one God, and no more; I hope for happiness beyond this life'
Devout Anglican. Opposed deism and atheism. 'This is all the inheritance I give to my dear family. The religion of Christ will give them one which will make them rich indeed.”
Son of French Huguenot immigrants. Raised Puritan, but had Anglican leanings and associations. Life-long active member of New Brick Church, Boston.
Raised Presbyterian. Wrote 3 hymns. Appeared indifferent in middle years. In later years, re-professed Christian faith. Received communion on death bed though not a church member.
Raised Anglican. Active abolitionist and peace proponent. Warden of NY Trinity Church. 'it is the duty ... of our Christian nation to select and prefer Christians for their rulers'
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