The truth is never simple, nor are the facts black and white. This small, consise review of the religious beginnings of America, and the legendary founding fathers is a magnificent example of complexity clarified into understanding. The author's work was published with the support of William and Mary college: home to many of the individuals about who the book deals.
America is a religious nation, definitely so; but the flat out claims of theists and deists are both in need of adjustment. The read will enlighten, and all who wonder just how this nation's founders felt about Christianity and religion will come away with a clearer picture of a much more complex story.
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