Frazer's volume is well researched, extensively end-noted and objective.
His answer " Yes, deists used the word "providence," but they did not mean by it a personal God - but a "force of some kind" and, generally, nature".
Frazer examines key thinkers, preachers, and founders in their own words from their own writings to try to unpack what they really believed.
Fantastic book. Explains so much about our history and where we are todayPublished 25 days ago by Bill Itzel
I just listened to Dr Gregg Frazer's interview in regards to this book and look forward to reading it. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Deist Reality
This book has opened my eyes to the truth about what the Founders really believed. Everyone should read this book.Published 5 months ago by Dennis M. Toland
This book presents some facts, with documentation about the religious beliefs of early American leaders. They believed in God,
but not in the deity of Christ. Read more
I'm enjoying this book immensely. The author has really done his research. I'm learning so much about American history. You've got to read it!Published 10 months ago by Firecracker
Much needed book that goes beyond the popular to the heart of the issue. Finally a work that is both theological and historical.Published 14 months ago by Jeff B. Gwinn
"My primary claim is that the key founders (those most responsible for the founding documents and putting the new government into effect) were neither Christians nor deists, but... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Spencer Camp
I "finally" finished this - meaning I've had it for a while but hadn't read/finished reading it. Much of what Frazer says has cast light and far more than simply the beliefs of... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Paul Ellsworth
we are very happy with our purchase of The Religious Beliefs of America's Founders Reason, Revelaiton, Revelution by Gregg L FrazerPublished 17 months ago by Charles Belew