Franklin, Jefferson, and Madison: On Religion and the State Gregory Schaaf

ISBN: 9780966694895

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Franklin, Jefferson, and Madison: On Religion and the State  by  Gregory Schaaf

Franklin, Jefferson, and Madison: On Religion and the State by Gregory Schaaf
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The product of twenty years of careful research in the National Archives, Library of Congress, and other libraries, this book presents views on a national theme, Religion and the State. The ideas of Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, and JamesMoreThe product of twenty years of careful research in the National Archives, Library of Congress, and other libraries, this book presents views on a national theme, Religion and the State.

The ideas of Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, and James Madison on Church-State issues, as well as their personal religious views, reflect the roots of religion in America. The Founders ideas on the free exercise of religion illuminate their original intent regarding our First Amendment rights. See display ad in New York Times Book Review (July 4, 2004), p. 3.



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